Originally posted by Basel
I do not think there is a need to set the LFS for this command since I am using the complete path /mnt/lfs_x86_64
root@slackware:/home/basel# echo $PATH
root@slackware:/home/basel# su - lfs
/dev/pts/2: Operation not permitted
lfs:~$ echo $PATH
Check your fstab, type mount and Ensure that this new partition is not mounted with permissions that are too restrictive
(such as the nosuid, nodev, or noatime options).
and/or noatime are set, the partition will need to be remounted.
Run the mount command without any parameters to see what options are set for the mounted LFS partition. If nosuid, nodev,
If so change the mount options for the LFS partition to <user,exec,dev,suid>