sh error with bootsys3

sh error with bootsys3

Post by Pramod Charles Jo » Thu, 25 Feb 1993 10:33:05

        I just installed bootsys 3 and I get this message after every line

sh : child setpgid(xxx to yyy) error1: operation not permitted.

Any idea on how to remedy this ?

Pramod JOhn


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I am a Linux newbie and I am encountering difficulties with the
command sh -check prior to upgrading to Xfree86 4.1.

The output of the above command tells me about four things - i686,
kernel (2.2.14) etc. - but it doesn't tell me about libc or binary
name distribution. It crashes with the libc check.

Is this a problem with downloading the file? I have
followed others' advice to download Xinstall.bin, renaming it to, but the "error" remains.

I am using IE 5.5 to download the file to my Windows partition. My
Linux installation is Caldera OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4.

Any suggestions to fix the problem will be gratefully received.


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