Cannot build from sources on HDD when logged on via USB stick - hrev49218
|Reported by:||haiqu||Owned by:||nobody|
|Keywords:||Security key generation||Cc:|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
I royally screwed up networking while trying to get a headless Raspberry Pi working. I think it may have something to do with misuse of SSH. Anyhow, that's when the fun began.
I downloaded the latest nightly and dd'ed it to a stick, booted and installed it to the HDD. Still no wifi. In short, I have wifi on the stick, but not on the HDD. So to do a daily build I decided to boot via the USB stick, switch to the HDD partition with the sources on it and build, but this fails completely. I can update git sources, and the build starts but then crashes almost immediately.
Sometimes I get a segment violation, usually vfork: out of memory. (N.B. I have tons of VM set but the system will only use 80MiB or so when booted from a small USB partition.)
If anyone knows how to manually regenerate SSH (and other) keys, this may fix the issue. At least then I can boot off the HDD with wifi again.