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[Xen-users] Re: [solved] correct order to rebuild init after libc6-xen?

Nevermind. I got lost in the mkinitrd, mkinitramfs and initramfs-tools
shuffle. I found where to replace init in the initrd.

Thanks anyway :)

On Sat, 2007-07-14 at 23:37 +0800, Tim Post wrote:
> Hello to all, 
> Its been requested that I stifle the /lib/tls warning given even with
> xen-friendly libc6 because init was compiled otherwise.
> I got the deb sources for sysvinit from Ubuntu, which build just fine.
> The last time I tried this I ended up breaking signals to init (even
> though /dev/initctl was there and 666) and could not reboot.
> So for a new server, I'm going to :
> Base server OS (Feisty)
> Apt-get in libc6-xen
> Apt-get in gcc/python-dev/friends
> Compile xen mercurial sources
> Compile new sysvinit 'init' and replace existing copy
> make new initrd for dom-0
> Edit grub, reboot
> Reboot is where I always screw up. Something in the above order isn't
> working because I keep breaking init to reboot, it stops listening to
> halt.
> Is there some more proper way to go about this that I'm not aware of?
> I'm sure someone else on this list caught enough questions about that
> pesky warning to do something to make it go away for good.
> I don't have access to this machine and every re-boot costs $$$.
> Thanks in advance, 
> --Tim

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