What's the point of the shell choice in single user mode?
freebsd001 at freeode.co.uk
Fri Dec 7 04:43:37 PST 2007
On Mon, 3 Dec 2007 13:53:02 -0500
"Philip M. Gollucci" <pgollucci at riderway.com> wrote:
> Jorn Argelo wrote:
> > RW wrote:
> >> On Sun, 02 Dec 2007 18:48:33 +0100
> >> Jorn Argelo <jorn at wcborstel.com> wrote:
> >>> Also note that vi doesn't work by default as it needs to write
> >>> to /tmp. So mount /tmp or re-mount / to RW permissions.
> >> I think vi will also fail unless it has access to termcap, so you'd
> >> need /usr mounted too.
> > You'd need to mount /usr anyway, as the vi binary is located in /usr/bin ;-)
> *cough* /rescue/vi
Thanks for all the tips on this subject. One more question:
How would I enable a local keyboard layout in single user mode?
I have had to find '/' by trial and error on my UK keyboard.
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