|author||Thomas Schwinge <email@example.com>||2014-02-26 12:32:06 +0100|
|committer||Thomas Schwinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2014-02-26 12:32:06 +0100|
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*Debian GNU/Hurd*, [[MichaelBanck]], LinuxTag 2004 Karlsruhe
- [Archive Qualification](http://wiki.debian.org/ArchiveQualification/hurd-i386)
+# IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-01-18
+ <anatoly> From http://darnassus.sceen.net/~hurd-web/hurd/running/debian/
+ "Just in case you were wondering: the root password is root.". I think
+ it's not correct because it allows me to login witout password in hurd
+ <anatoly> Tried it in latest qemu image (from 2013 05 04)
+ <braunr> anatoly: you probably can change it yourself since it's a wiki
+ <anatoly> braunr: ok
+# `/etc/mtab` -> `/proc/mounts`
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-02-12
+ <braunr> hm, there is something weird
+ <braunr> after successfully installing (with the new installer cd), and
+ rebooting, system init fails because fsck can't be run on /home (a
+ separate partition)
+ <braunr> it can't fsck because at that point, /home is already mounted, and
+ indeed the translator is running
+ <braunr> teythoon: any idea what might cause that ?
+ <teythoon> me ?
+ <teythoon> no
+ <braunr> ok
+ <braunr> ah no, actually /home isn't mounted oO
+ <braunr> but fsck still refuses to check it, stating that reason
+ <braunr> hm, /etc/mtab isn't a link to /proc/mounts here, might explain
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-02-12
+ <braunr> yes, better with a proper symlink :)
+ <teythoon> good
+ <youpi> Mmm, what is supposed to create that symlink?
+ <teythoon> one debian init script did that at one time
+ <teythoon> i believe they dropped that
+ <youpi> err, but something must be creating it for newer systems
+ <teythoon> good point
+ <braunr> well, except for these small details, everything went pretty
+ <braunr> both on ide and ahci
+ <youpi> it seems /etc/mtab gets created at boot
+ <youpi> (on Linux I mean)
+ <teythoon> youpi: i cannot find the init script, but i'm sure that it was
+ <youpi> I can't find it either on the installed system...
+ <azeem> maybe pere or rleigh in #debian-hurd can help
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-02-13
+ <braunr> 6<--60(pid1698)->dir_lookup ("var/run/mtab" 4194305 0) = 0 3
+ "/run/mtab" (null)
+ <braunr> looks like /etc/mtab isn't actually used anymore
+ <teythoon> it never was on hurd
+ <tomodach1> braunr: well it is generated i believe from mounted filesystems
+ <tomodach1> if its still around there is a reason for it, like posix
+ compatiblity perhaps?
+ <braunr> well the problem is that, as mentioned in pere's thread on
+ bug-hurd, some tools now expect /var/run/mtab instead of /etc/mtab
+ <braunr> and since nothing currently creates this file, these tools, such
+ as df, are lost
+ <braunr> they can't find the info they're looking for
+## IRC, freenode, #hurd, 2014-02-17
+ <braunr> i still don't have mtab at the proper location on darnassus
+ <pere> is there something missing with sysvinit on hurd?
+ <braunr> is that normal ?
+ <pere> yes. I recommended fixing it in the hurd package. (BTS #737759)
+ <braunr> yes i saw but was there any action taken ?
+ <pere> did not check
+ <teythoon> i thought youpi mentioned that it is fixed in the libc and we
+ just need to rebuild coreutils or something
+ <pere> yes
+ <braunr> oh ok
+ <braunr> but doesn't that mean it will use /etc/mtab ?
+ <pere> if I was a hurd porter, I would fix it in hurd while waiting for a
+ fix in coreutils, just to save people for wondering about the breakage,
+ but I am not the most patient of developers. :)