got the same thing (Unable to execute "/bin/sh") when I tried shutdown, figuring I'd reboot would not shutdown, so used the gui and logged out, but then could not shut down yes BASH_F= yes checking for g++... What the hell happened on your system? inline checking for strftime...
craigevil View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries View LQ Wiki Contributions Visit craigevil's homepage! Mimsy were the Borograves - why "mimsy" is an adjective? You possible have something scribbling to the device, perhaps ue to an invalid partition table. 1/ Use the SMART disk tools to verify the disk health. Gareth jpaxtons10th December 2011, 07:10 PMThe system worked fine for years I issued a mount command (to mount a nfs) and got a reasonable error. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24168165/configure-error-cannot-run-bin-sh
dc is a valid command but wouldn't delete /bin. Gareth jpaxtons10th December 2011, 03:29 PMGarth, I apologize, I forgot to note that I did cd /mnt/sysimage first. I may have to wait for an APT update before I go any further, perhaps when the Ubuntu community removes the infinite loop. The file is still up in vi and I am looking at it and it is really UUID=47302ade-a6cb-4c2d-98fa-96439e267b3f /boot ext3 defaults 1 2 I did not think through the config, and
I know a bit more about this thing now. Gareth ---------- Post added at 04:08 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:06 PM ---------- the smartctrl command is not found. I have about a TB of media files I'd like to recover and move to another machine Can you use the network from the rescue disc? Config.sub Missing when I type: file I get: file: error while loading shared libraries: libmagic.so.1: cannot open shared Object file: No such file or directory Skull One10th December 2011, 09:04 PMJust go in
Meaningless as a diagnostic. Checking Build System Type... Invalid Configuration `make': Machine `make' Not Recognized But unable to mount them. asked 2 years ago viewed 74378 times active 2 years ago Linked 6 “No such file or directory” on an executable, yet file exists and ldd reports all libraries present Related Search this Thread 08-28-2010, 04:38 PM #1 Kenny_Strawn Senior Member Registered: Feb 2010 Location: /usa/ca/orange_county/lake_forest Distribution: ArchBang, Google Android 2.1 + Motoblur (on Motortola Flipside), Google Chrome OS (on
On 1941 Dec 7, could Japan have destroyed the Panama Canal instead of Pearl Harbor in a surprise attack? What now? Configure Error Cannot Run /bin/bash ./config.sub Ubuntu sudo smartctl -H /dev/sda sudo smartctl -a /dev/sda the first is the basic pass/fail evaluation, the second more detailed info. 2/ Dump your disk partition table and verify that the partitions Configure Error Cannot Run /bin/sh ./config.sub Centos I apologize, I forgot to note that I did cd /mnt/sysimage first.
That would at least let you keep your data even if you lost some previous customizatons and had to set everything up again. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. In the directory in which config.sub is present write: dos2unix config.sub and then try to configure again share|improve this answer edited Mar 5 '15 at 11:42 Archemar 12.2k82048 answered Mar 5 init: Unable to execute "/bin/sh" for rcS: No such file or directory init: rcS main process (527) terminated with status 255 init: Unable to execute "/bin/sh" for rcS: No such file Configure Error Bin Bash Config Sub Failed
Then, again try: ./configure (with any options you desire) I had this problem on cygwin for Windows where GitHub had converted all files to \r\n, so I had to convert them We Acted. so, yes, all the output I have shown is from /mnt/sysimage so I am showing my crippled system. At the time, thinking I could recover from any sort of disaster.
checking whether we are cross compiling... Cannot Guess Build Type It might be worth running fsck on the filesystem, but copy the files you want to keep and can currently access first. Thanks for all your ideas and help.
Could you reinstall but just not format /home? It should be #!/bin/sh and not /bin/sh If it is #!/bin/sh Make sure that the file /bin/sh exists and is executable ls -l /bin/sh Should show something like -rwxrwxrwx 1 root Count trailing truths A guy scammed me, but he gave me a bank account number & routing number. Justniffer Thanks again for all your help.
Is Area of a circle always irrational How do fonts work in LaTeX? Success! But if dpkg alone is affected, then doesn't that make it a dpkg problem, rather than apt? wife static, be back later :-) Paxton Skull One10th December 2011, 07:16 PMHum....
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