In the installation doc at step 4 it is described how to run :
and then to insert the pcmcia card (a network card in this case).
Doing that causes cardmgr to attempt to launch the /etc/pcmcia/network script
which makes (right at the top of the file) a reference to sed. And sed is not
available at this stage of the install.
Here's a snippet of the error:
cardmgr: executing: ' ./network start eth0'
cardmgr: + ./network: sed: command not found
cardmgr: + ./network: /bin/hostname: No such file or directory
cardmgr: + ./network: /etc/init.d/net.eth0: No such file or directory
cardmgr: start cmd exited with status 127
without network, nothing really works, does it ?
Can anyone verify this?
Is this confirmed?
This is the fix:
Add a note that they should execute cardmgr -f BEFORE going into the chroot. I
will fix this soon.
I fixed this. Check the build.xml in CVS.