I am using Clonezilla to put a new CentOS 7 image on our computers. Most of them are Lenovo desktops, and we have a few HP desktops that are all currently running the old image.
In order for the new image to work after Clonezilla restores it to the new image, we need to insert a USB with the CentOS 7 Rescue Disk and boot to it to run some commands, beginning with
This works just fine on the Lenovo desktops, but when I run this command on the HP desktops, I get this error message:
chroot: failed to run command ‘/bin/bash’: No such file or directory
Both the Lenovo and the HP machines have the same HD size (80 GB), and I am putting the exact same new image on both of them. I cannot for the life of me figure out why one is working and the other is not, and I don’t want to dismantle the new image and start from scratch (we only have about 5 machines that are HP, the rest are Lenovo).
Could anyone provide some insight into why the chroot command does not work on the HP machines? Thanks.