Im installing arch. Upon installation, after partitioning my drives, right when I go to chroot to begin the fun stuff, I get an error
mount:mount point mnt/etc/resolv.conf does not exist chroot: failed to run command /bin/sh: no such file or directory.
What this error is caused by in my particular case is the
/mnt/etc filesystem being not available even though it shows as mounted, and was just mounted.
/dev/sda2 /mnt /dev/sda3 /mnt/home
/mnt which works and files are accessible. Then I mount
/mnt/home, and BLAM, blows up the mount for
It still shows up in
# mount, but when changing directory to /, then back to /mnt, its empty realestate inside all subdirs (proc is existant but empty, etc existent but empty, etc..)
Access was lost just as soon as
dev/sda3 is mounted to
Whats the likely issue here, is it filesystem issues, partition problem maybe, or something lame simple maybe?
Edit: complete sequence of commands being
# mount /dev/sda2 /mnt # mount /dev/sda3 /mnt/home # arch-chroot /mnt #error message shows, i can reboot, its rinse and repeat
if i try to mount it to a different dir (the 2nd mount), e.g. /mnt/homey it mounts fine, just the same, which im not sure if i made clear, it mounts fine, just then i lose contents of all dirs inside /mnt, e.g. etc/ becomes empty...