(previous thread I posted was closed...)
Problem: I did "rpm -e --nodeps glibc-oldversion" before installing new glibc 2.3.2. I had compiled it and was going to do "make install" but thought I'd get rid of the old version first... Doh!
Anyway I can boot using the Redhat CD, but I can't get root access to my installation... So when I go "rpm -ivh glibc-oldversion" or "make install" I get a "filesystem read-only error".
Anyone know what the script is here?
I also noticed that the mount of /mnt/sysimage that the CD gives you in rescue mode didn't have all the dirs... Using mount /dev/hda2 /whatever they all show up allright (still get read-only message though).