/etc/fstab error and I can't start the system normally
micman at free.fr
Wed Aug 16 22:15:23 UTC 2006
I think that the problem was a damaged system. I have re-installed
FreeBSD and now ALL the commands and methods work.
mount -u /
mount -o rw /
and I can access to the root directory
I mount /usr and I can use ee (effectively a nice editor)
ee /etc/fstab (absolute path isn't necessary)
I have tried "Fixit" and the result is the same (here the absolute
path is NECESSARY).
For a non-experimented user --like me-- "cover the bases" is the most
important thing to begin. I couldn't rescue my old system but now I
know a little more.
Thank you very much.
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