So I'm an embedded linux developer. I'm starting out with a new 2.6 based kernel. I'm able to use the GNU cLib and I create a ramdisk. I also use busybox and tinylogin.
So usually at first what I do is create a ramdisk_source directory which contains basically my linux root directory, you know.. /etc /bin /sbin ...
I don't have any inittab or anything like that yet.
I run and I get the error...
/usr/sbin/chroot ./ramdisk_src /bin/sh
/bin/sh: error while loading shared libraries: libm.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
libm.so.6 is in my /lib directory.
Where or when in the bootup process do I need to set my LIB path? Or do I need to? Do I need an inittab? If so, what is the LIB path variable I need to set?
I'm still a
and I think I will be FOREVER!