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Old 04-09-2008, 03:14 PM   #1
SupremeOverlord
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chown and mknod failed


I have recently finished compiling CLFS on my amd64 computer. I have Ubuntu Linux already install on the same machine. My CLFS uses kernel 2.6.24.4 and seems to be having problems with udev. When I try to boot into that installation I get a bunch on messages that say:
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udevd-event[...]: udev_node_mknod: mknod( ... ) failed: Read-Only File System
and some that say:
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udevd-event[...]: unlink_secure: chown( ... ) failed: no such file or directory
I know almost nothing about udev. Is there anyone who knows what is causing this error?
 
  


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