Sergi Barroso wrote:
John Hughes escribió:  
Ok, you've got the right version of initrd-tools.

Wait, I have some vague memories...

Could you do

    dpkg -l | grep 64
     
Do you have some kind of amd64 library installed?  That may be screwing up ldd.

Could you do:

    # /bin/sh -x 2>zz-initrd /usr/sbin/mkinitrd -o initrd.img-2.6.12-ssi-686-smp 2.6.12-ssi-686-smp
     
and send me the file "zz-initrd"  (gzip it, it may be aound 100K).

No, I have no amd64 packages installed, I use 32 bit version.
Yes, you're right.  That's not the problem:

This is the problem:
+ add_command /cluster/lib/cfstab
+ '[' -h initrd//cluster/lib/cfstab ']'
+ echo /cluster/lib/cfstab
+ xldd /cluster/lib/cfstab
+ i=/cluster/lib/cfstab
+ set +e
+ '[' ']'
++ LD_LIBRARY_PATH=
++ ldd /cluster/lib/cfstab
ldd: /cluster/lib/cfstab: No existe el fichero o el directorio
  
No such file or directory.  Wierd.

You said "cfstab left on this path".  Do you mean that cfstab exists?  Or that it does not exist?

I will check to see where /cluster/lib/cfstab is supposed to be created.