We solved it, but in another less beautiful way.
We tried some combinations but didn't get it to work the way you
suggested. Instead, we mounted the root in boot/x86_64/ and added a
script called inst_setup in sbin and re-created the root. That did the
On Wed, 15 Jul 2009, Uwe Gansert wrote:
on Sunday 12 July 2009 Tomas Rosenthal wrote:
But now when invoked from linuxrc, I'm
calling the script so early that
the initrd filesystem is not loaded, or something. It doesn't find basic
commands such as grep, sed, head etc.
What am I doing wrong? My linuxrc.config looks like this:
*argh* you are right. The exec is executed too early :-/ sorry.
We can try something different. You have to change the initrd anyway, so
create a directory like this:
and copy this shell script with the name update.pre into it:
or copy your raid_setup to /linux/suse/x86_64-sles11/install/update.pre
That should run later.
ciao, Uwe Gansert
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