On 12/02/2018 18:54, Pierre Labastie wrote:
> On 11/02/2018 23:01, Tim Tassonis wrote:
>> On 02/11/2018 10:37 PM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>>> Tim Tassonis wrote:
>>>> I have found a workaround for my problem:
>>>> If I replace
>>>> mount -vt devpts devpts $LFS/dev/pts -o gid=5,mode=620
>>>> mount -v --bind /dev/pts $LFS/dev/pts
>>>> I get the needed /dev/pts/0 and sudo and su with password asking now works.
>>>> As it seems that this is really only a chroot issue and su and sudo now
>>>> work fine, I'll continue with that. I'm not yet sure of the exact security
>>>> implications, but as this is a dedicated vm only for building the system,
>>>> it should be ok.
> I have the same issue, whether or not I use -o gid=...
> After entering chroot, I am root, and if I run "su - pierre", I become pierre.
> But if I try to become back root using su (that is running "su -" while being
> pierre), I get the "su: must be run from a terminal" message.
> Note that if I run (as pierre) "sudo su -", it works (user pierre can sudo
> without a password)...
> I tried an old LFS (SVN-20160929), and I have exactly the same results...
> Hmm, maybe a problem with host (I'm using Debian sid ATM).
> I've made a few trials. With kernels older than 4.9, same issue. With 4.7.4,
> no issue. That may explain why it was working for older LFS.
s/With kernels older than 4.9/With kernels newer than 4.9/ sorry
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