Consider running docker image as --priviledged to access device files.
Using --privileged may provide full device file access from within the docker image, which would be preferred for running the mksd and mkinstall scripts inside the container.
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Turns out it was already running with --privileged. So that doesn't help with access to device files.
Next: try -v /dev:/dev.
This is not highly important so moving it down the stack or priorities.
- Priority changed from Immediate to Urgent
- Target version changed from 2.0 - Harkonnen to 3.0 - Corrino
- Priority changed from Urgent to Immediate
- Severity changed from 02 - High to 03 - Medium
- Status changed from In Progress to Closed
- % Done changed from 10 to 100
Given my workflow - using GNU Screen with one screen devoted to the PKGDIR where mksd and mkinstall are run - solving this issue isn't necessary.
Closing as won't fix .
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