I am having strange behavior on my new compiled by myself kernel.It is 188.8.131.52.Eveytime I boot it goes in init3 instead in init5,which is set as default in /etc/inittab.Then I login as regular user and got some lines:
/dev/null : Permission denied
#chmod 0666 /dev/null
and it seems ok.Then I do:
and got complaint:
Cannot open /dev/mem
.After that I check it out and there is no such a directory.So,I create it:
chmod 0666 /dev/mem
and it runs.In my GUI(I use KDE) I got this when I start Konsole:
Konsole is unable to open a PTY (pseudo teletype). It is likely that this is due to an incorrect configuration of the PTY devices. Konsole needs to have read/write access to the PTY devices.
.Then I press OK on the Error Window and Konsole crash.Xterm can't start either,no error message,though.I tried to create a /dev/pty,dev/pts/pty but it won't,no error message.
The worst part and theme on my post is that after every reboot I have to do all this steps again and again.