Bug 15247

Summary: RH 7.0 beta 5 and linuxconf
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: Rogelio Noriega <rogelio_noriega>
Component: linuxconfAssignee: Nalin Dahyabhai <nalin>
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Description Rogelio Noriega 2000-08-03 15:56:06 UTC
Sytem is a Dell dimension XPS Z
CPU 866 Mhz
Mem 128MB
HD 45GB IBM


When you go to activate the changes in linuxconf after selecting dhcp,
> an error pops up that reads "The director / was originally mounted on
> /dev/hda6.  It should now be mounted on LABEL=/.  Should I unmount/mount
> to fix it?".
> 
> I chose yes and another error pops up that reads "The directory /boot
> was originally mounted on /dev/hda2.  It should now be mounted on
> LABEL=/boot.  Should I unmount/mount to fix it?".
> 
> Again, chose yes and another pops up that reads "The directory /usr was
> originally mounted on /dev/hda5.  It should now be mounted on
> LABEL=/usr.  Should I unmount/mount to fix it?"
> 
> Again, I chose yes and another pops up that says there were errors and I
> choose to view the log and the log reads:
> 
> Checking base configuration
> Checking kernel's modules
> Mounting local volumes
> Executing: /bin/umount /
> * umount: /: device is busy
> * return 1
> Executing: /bin/umount /boot
> * umount: /boot: device is busy
> * return 1
> Executing: /bing/umount /usr
> * umount: /usr: device is busy
> * return 1
> Checking files permissions
> Changing permissions of file /etc/shadow from 100600 to 100400
> Checking LILO
> Executing some Sysv init scripts
> Executing: /etc/rc3.d/S50xinetd start
> > Starting xinetd:
> 
> I then chose Quite in Linuxconf and Linuxconf froze.  I had to kill it.

Comment 1 Glen Foster 2000-08-04 13:27:42 UTC

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 14623 ***