BinUtils: The system has no more ptys. Ask your system administrator to create more.
installation of BinUtils-2.22 within chapter 2.13 failed for me in the chroot environment:
root:/# expect -c "spawn ls"
The system has no more ptys. Ask your system administrator to create more.
When I change to root and later to lfs it seems to be ok:
root@debian:~# expect -c "spawn ls"
lfs@debian:~$ expect -c "spawn ls"
I read similar threads, but could not find the problem yet..
Any suggestions are very welcome..
Have a look http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/faq.html#no-ptys
Don't forget to add this line to youe /etc/fstab:
devpts /dev/pts devpts gid=4,mode=620 0 0
And create a folder in /lib/udev/devices called pts
Also I have this in my kernel config:
My Kernel version is 3.5.2
And it all seems automatic with this config.
Sorry, I meant chapter 6.13...
I went thru http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/faq.html#no-ptys
and could not find a solution. My kernel version is 2.6.32-5-686
and the two Parameters
has not been set. Do I need to recompile the kernel now?
I see, that I messed up with gcc here, so I have to solve that first...
root@debian:~# bash version-check.sh
bash, version 4.2.36(1)-release
/bin/sh -> /bin/bash
Binutils: (GNU Binutils) 2.22
bison (GNU Bison) 2.4.1
/usr/bin/yacc -> /usr/bin/bison.yacc
bzip2, Version 1.0.6, 6-Sept-2010.
diff (GNU diffutils) 3.2
find (GNU findutils) 4.4.2
GNU Awk 4.0.1
/usr/bin/awk -> /usr/bin/gawk
gcc (GCC) 4.7.1
(GNU libc) 2.16
grep (GNU grep) 2.14
Linux version 2.6.32-5-686 (Debian 2.6.32-41squeeze2) (firstname.lastname@example.org) (gcc version 4.3.5 (Debian 4.3.5-4) ) #1 SMP Mon Mar 26 05:20:33 UTC 2012
m4 (GNU M4) 1.4.16
GNU Make 3.82
GNU sed version 4.2.1
tar (GNU tar) 1.26
Texinfo: makeinfo (GNU texinfo) 4.13
xz (XZ Utils) 5.0.4
/mnt/lfs/tools/bin/../lib/gcc/i686-pc-linux-gnu/4.7.1/../../../../i686-pc-linux-gnu/bin/ld: cannot find -lgcc_s
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
gcc compilation failed
A few things I noticed:
1) Did you run the expect -c "spawn ls" command from within the chrooted environment? You should.
2) I see you use Debian as host, which does not suffer from this problem (I've been using Debian as host for a long time and never ran into this. I did on older Slackware versions).
3) In post #4 you post the output from the version-check.sh script. Is this done from within the chrooted environment or from your host? This version-check.sh script should be run from your host before starting with LFS. There's no point in running it from the chrooted environment. I'm asking because of this:
4) If, at any point, you stopped and started again: Did you remount the virtual file system and populate /dev again before entering the chrooted environment? (6.2.2 and 6.2.3).
The problem has been solved, since I didn't remount the virtual file system and populate /dev again before entering the chrooted environment...
You're welcome :)
BTW: Can you put up the [SOLVED] tag.
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