./bin/sh symbolic link does not exist in "make iso"

Asked by LiangChen

Yesterday I download fuel-main code and run the command "./prepare-build-env.sh" and "make iso" with the OS of "ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS".
There is some errors in the progress of "make iso" .
I try to "make clean" and "make iso" again, unfortunately, It's still the same error.

Download complete and in download only mode
I: Calculating obsolete packages
Using directory /home/fuel-main/local_mirror/ubuntu/chroot/ for unpacking operations
I: Unpacking complete.
I: dpkg configuration settings:
I: Native mode - configuring unpacked packages . . .
ERR: ./bin/sh symbolic link does not exist.
No shell in /home/fuel-main/local_mirror/ubuntu/chroot/. at /usr/sbin/multistrap line 592.
make: *** [/home/fuel-main/build/mirror/ubuntu/createchroot.done] Error 2

Could someone can help me resolve this tension?

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Evgeny Kozhemyakin (ekozhemyakin) said :

Hello LiangChen,

Multistrap is trying to find/set some shell for you here.
Thank you for the reporting the issue. We'll test and correct it as soon as possible.

Until we done it please create a soft link (bin/sh) poiting to some shell (bash, dash)
inside your chroot environment.
Then run "make iso" again.

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