systemd 227 now freezes the system at boot if /etc/mtab is not a symlink, but a file. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Already have an account? My boss asks me to stop writing small functions and do everything in the same loop Someone peeled an American flag sticker off of my truck. http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-create-var-run-motd-new.php
Join Date Aug 2008 BeansHidden! Was able to work around the problem by downgrading to libsystemd0 and systemd packages to 226-4. DistroUbuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Re: /etc/mtab is missing But I cannot create /etc/mtab. As soon as @martinpitt updated his PPA, we can depend on that without making Semaphore builds fail. https://phocean.net/2009/02/01/etcmtab-issue-at-startup.html
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Isn't that what --enable-libmount-force-mountinfo is supposed to do anyway? Edit: Using live-cd now, cannot create /etc/mtab Edit: I have no idea /etc/mtab can be renamed suddenly to /etc/mtab.fuselock and mess up everything. And a mentioned earlier, we already have a tmpfiles rule that makes /etc/mtab a symlink, and it runs in later boot, as soon as /etc is writable, if it ever is. upstart and systemd, or others, but I don't have links handy.
You can easily check this with cat /etc/fstab hardlinks cannot be created between different partitions, only symlinks can. On my machine the latter is in its turn a symlink...). Happy to do that in code, if @poettering agrees. util-linux should just be taught to not care at all about /etc/mtab, and systemd should certainly not care about it as it is internal util-linux api.
Find the rate of change at a point on a polynomial In the context of this quote, how many 'chips/sockets' do personal computers contain? All other references are just for asserting that /etc/mtab is a symlink. Offline #3 2010-04-11 12:25:24 tpfkanep Member From: South Africa Registered: 2009-12-15 Posts: 64 Re: [SOLVED] Mounting local filesystems [Busy] Yes (a pacman -Qs jfs confirms this). If distros still don't get this right then there's a good chunk of blame to put on them really...
Jesse Michael (jesse.michael) wrote on 2009-10-15: #3 Nevermind, I didn't realize there was a difference between "Fix Committed" and "Published". https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=95063 Last edited by bangmalley; October 14th, 2008 at 09:36 AM. karelzak commented Oct 9, 2015 The current (in-git tree) libmount monitor does not check for the mtab file anymore, but it's not released yet. Adv Reply October 13th, 2008 #6 ajgreeny View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Xubuntu from dawn to dusk and beyond Join Date Jul 2005 Location England BeansHidden!
Solving a discrete equation Why does top 50% need a -50% translate offset? check over here Reason: problem solved Adv Reply October 13th, 2008 #2 philinux View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Sound of Inevitability Join Date Jul 2007 Location UK Beans 17,047 EDIT: I've fixed the problem by creating the symlink with boot-repair-disk. karelzak commented Nov 2, 2015 util-linux v2.27.1 released systemd member zonque commented Nov 2, 2015 Cool, thanks a lot.
GO OUT AND VOTE How can I open the next/previous file alphabetically? This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. This was merged because allegedly util-linux' mount monitor breaks if /etc/mtab is a file -- so it seems to me that this is the place to fix: Pretty please let's just his comment is here But, no need to panic, just erase all the lock files (be careful not to erase the mtab file itself !) : $ rm /etc/mtab~* Now test mounting your partitions to
Furniture name for waist-high floor-sitting shelf cabinet thing Problem with function inside brackets. stinky1 commented Oct 16, 2015 Please do not take this the wrong way but I have never filed a bug, the process to file an email bug (system wont boot) seems For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.
Code: gksudo gedit /etc/mtab Not a Canonical employee just a volunteer _____ Remove old kernels (Ensure you do the dry run first in step 6 ) Adv Reply October 13th, Remember, If it is a Placebo You can Believe in it !!! djask commented Oct 17, 2015 Hi, I'm trying MagicFab's method but I get "cannot set terminal process group (-1): Inappropriate ioctl for device. is not a mountpoint for the last three. –Evan Teitelman Jun 12 '13 at 10:22 2 Please don't cross post on multiple StackExchange sites. –Evan Teitelman Jun 12 '13 at
Thanks Launchpad Janitor (janitor) wrote on 2009-10-20: #5 This bug was fixed in the package mountall - 0.2.5 --------------- mountall (0.2.5) karmic; urgency=low * Filesystem check progress reporting, including cancellation. I'll work on a PR to remove this strict check then. Nothing in the distro creates this (except for stupid bugs like http://launchpadlibrarian.net/197406177/lxcfs_0.5-0ubuntu1_0.5-0ubuntu2.diff.gz which just get fixed). http://ibuildsystem.com/ubuntu-cannot/ubuntu-cannot-unmount-usb.php Scott James Remnant (Canonical) (canonical-scott) wrote on 2009-10-18: #4 I've uploaded a new version of mountall (0.2.5) to the ubuntu-boot PPA, as usual I would appreciate a little testing before I
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