On 1/21/07, Adam Dutko <dutko.adam(a)gmail.com> wrote:
"No, there is another error in which we see explicitely "command not
found /usr/bin/eject" ..."
The path to the eject command on your system is incorrect. I noticed these
problems when I was building my first few live cd's.
You should be able to modify the mayflower script to /usr/sbin/eject instead
of /usr/bin/eject (note the 'sbin'). It's a path
related issue. As a normal user when you issue 'which eject' it should show
/usr/bin/eject, but as root it will show '/usr/sbin/eject'.
Odd eh? But that fixed it for me...
Sorry, it's my typo in previous message. The error message related to
"/usr/sbin/eject". After adding the package "eject", so
/usr/sbin/eject becomes available in chrooted environment, so the