System Doesn't Boot Part 2
juergen127 at kreuzholzen.de
Sun Jan 27 02:41:54 PST 2008
On Sunday 27 January 2008 03:36, Mark Olbert wrote:
> Okay, I'm not sure what "please don't top post" message means, but I'm
> going to guess you don't want me to keep repeating the entire thread on
> each reply :).
> Your comment about "all the devices" prompted me to check something:
> when the LFS system is finished booting, there are no tty or pty (I
> think that's it) devices listed. With the Slackware boot (and my memory of
> my LFS system when it used to be working) there were tons of tty and pty
Did you enable tty and ptx support in your own kernel? udev only creates
device nodes if it receives notification about the existance of it. Compare
slackware's kernel config with your own.
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