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Old 11-28-2004, 09:50 PM   #1
Nz_Boy_2004
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Fsck and DEVFS problems.


Hi, installed gentoo all seems well but when i start it comes up with no DEVFS support installed visit a doc on the gentoos website, thats sounds easy enough ill go look at the doc on gentoos site for help heres my real problem when i start i get this error, fsck.xfs: Not found fsck: error 2 while excuting fsck.xfs for /dev/hdc8. Also when i boot its missing alot of modules but i dont know if that a big deal or what.

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Old 11-29-2004, 09:41 AM   #2
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seems you forgot to install xfsutils ???
"emerge xfsutils"

as for DEVFS.... seems you didnt compile the kernel with DEVFS support ? neither did I.. DEVFS sucks ! i used UDEV instead... hopefully you DID compile UDEV, in that case, install UDEV's userspace utility with "emerge udev"
 
  


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