I'm having trouble with files getting corrupted on the LFS partition.
I'm using FC5 as host.
/dev/hda1 through /dev/hda8 are partitiions used by FC5.
'mke2fs -j /dev/hda9'
to use for LFS. (/dev/hda9 is just spare unused space on my harddisk)
/dev/hda9 is not in /etc/fstab so I mount it manually each time with
'mount -v /dev/hda9 /mnt/lfs'
and when I'm done for the day I unmount /dev/hda9 with
'umount -v /mnt/lfs'
Things seem to be going ok, but I find that the md5sums change for some of the files I copied to /mnt/lfs
This will usually happen after a reboot (even if I unmount /dev/hda9 before I shutdown). The files whose md5sums no longer match are corrupt (bunzip2 told me so).
Is there something wrong with the way I'm mounting and unmounting that's causing this problem? Or is there something else that could be causing this problem?