Installing from a hard drive partition using grub.
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MAKEDEV command is not there udev takes care of it. You just have to mount proc sys dev devpts accordingly.
This 1 works.
mount devpts /dev/pts -t devpts
It appears that you are doing well.
Like I said I used all 3 of those posts to get a working system.
While Daemonkeeper.net helped me with mount commands, D3. help me get locales & everything else configured.
Glad to know you have atleast gotten base system in.
Oh btw when you've finished & have your system configured don't forget that you still have everything sitting in /mnt just taking up space. You can remove it.