I removed the following directories:
and with the find command I now have:
root# find / -iname mondo
I now get:
But I still have the same error:
Cannot find Mondo's homedir. I think you have >1 "mondo" directory on
your hard disk...
I'm running this on an updated gentoo system if that might provide any clues.
Thanks in advance for any tips or ideas.
On Tuesday 29 March 2005 20:22, mondo-devel-request@...
> I would just rename the dir in root as it could be in your path as root.
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 16:31:52 -0800, Shawn Sherman <sesherma@...> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > When I run mondoarchive I get the following message,
> > I am using the latest snapshot mondo-2.04_cvs_20050321
> > although I get the same error with the stabe mondo-2.04:
> > root# mondoarchive
> > Initializing...
> > See /var/log/mondo-archive.log for details of backup run.
> > Cannot find Mondo's homedir. I think you have >1 "mondo" directory on
> > your hard disk. Please delete the superfluous "mondo" directories and try
> > again Fatal error... Pre-param initialization phase failed. Please review
> > the error messages above, make the specified changes, then try again.
> > Exiting...
> > I have tried this find command to find the other files:
> > root# find / -iname mondo
> > I get this response:
> > /usr/local/share/mondo
> > /usr/local/share/mondo/restore-scripts/mondo
> > /root/tars/mondo-2.04_cvs_20050321/mondo
> > /root/tars/mondo-2.04_cvs_20050321/mondo/restore-scripts/mondo
> > So, the only mondo directories are the ones mondo installs...
> > I have also tried this, per a previous suggestion on the list:
> > Uninstall all Mondo packages. Then:-
> > # rm -Rf `find /usr -name mondo`
> > Then reinstall them.
> > Finally, type "ps | grep mondo"...
> > -Hugo
> > No luck on this either...I have attatched the log file but I can't see
> > any clues in the log file to pinpoint the problem.
> > Thanks,
> > Shawn
University of Southern California