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 Trouble with /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit root mount
I am having problem with booting my system, linux-2.0.36.

My /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit checks that the disks are ok, with fsck.
After that the root, /, is remounted in read-write mode. That is where is
trouble starts.

The PATH at that points includes /bin where mount resides.

The errormessages that are displayed are, depending on how I try
to call mount:

mount -> command not found
/bin/mount -> No such file or directory

ls -F /bin/mount at the point yields /bin/mount* so it ought to be

If I sulogin at that point I can manually remount / and contiune startup.

Can anyone easy spot my mistake?


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