Help! I am in beeg trouble.

Brent mrb at
Sat Mar 5 13:07:28 PST 2005

if you get into single user mode might want to try mounting your / and
/usr  partitions 
mount -a
should do it 

then edit your /etc/passwd file and change the shell environment & home dir
path for your user ..hope this helps


On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 12:21:13 -0800 (PST), dR wrote
> I was trying out different window managers when I
> noticed that I had lost env information. I quit X and
> found the problem persisting. I rebooted and now I
> can't log in!
> /usr/bin/login no such file or directory
> I can enter single-user mode. I have run fsck a couple
> of times and everything seems to be fine in that
> respect.
> I'm new to FreeBSD... Can someone help? The version is
> FreeBSD 5.3 Release.
> Marko
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