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Originally Posted by Jonathan183 I think your problem is caused by mount of hda1 ... Jonathan, you're a genius! Of course it's so bloody obvious now you've pointed it out; ...
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- 03-09-2009 #11
The history of this is that hda1 used to contain my Ubuntu system, which I sometimes wanted to access from Debian. To make life easier for myself, I made it user-mountable. And of course "user" implies "noexec". When I created the Gentoo partition there instead, I just went on using the existing fstab; I never considered that it needed to be edited. I've edited it now and chroot works just fine.
Mike, it wasn't the way /proc was mounted. It's OK the other way too, provided that hda1 is mounted with normal defaults (as it would have been in Ubuntu Live, obviously)."I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"