udev boot problem

Tobias Gasser tg at ebp-gasser.ch
Tue Dec 28 09:53:42 PST 2004

Kevin P. Fleming schrieb:
> Andrei A. Voropaev wrote:
>> 1. sysfs is not mounted
>> 2. there's no /sbin/udev 3. There's some stale /dev/.udev.tdb file
> Number 3 here is a likely cause, since if you ran "udevstart" while 
> chrooted into your new system, but _without_ mounting a tmpfs on /dev, 
> then udev put all the device nodes and its database on the _real_ /dev 
> directory in your new root filesystem.
> You need to make sure that directory has _nothing_ in it except 
> /dev/console and /dev/null, and no dot-files.

i always place some hdaX in the real directory, depending on which 
partitions the system depends on (actually my build-script just creates 
hda + hda1 - hda6 [nice math, istntit?]).

after playing arround with udev (and not always understanding all the 
whats and whys) i decided to always create the nodes required to be able 
to start the system.

not really nice, but working!


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