/dev/null doesn't get created
mat at FreeBSD.org
Sun Aug 1 08:42:44 PDT 2004
+-le 01/08/2004 23:40 +0800, Jiawei Ye écrivait :
| On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 17:21:12 +0200, Mathieu Arnold <mat at freebsd.org> wrote:
|> +-le 01/08/2004 11:07 -0400, Derek Tattersall écrivait :
|> | CURRENT as of this morning dint'create /dev/null. My previous
|> | CURRENT, from July 25 created it fine so all was well.Can anybody
|> | offer me a clue as to what this is all about? I tried to figure out
|> | what causes /dev/null to get created, but was unsuccessful.
|> Maybe you did not read UPDATING :
|> The /dev/mem, /dev/io /dev/(null/zero) devices are now modules,
|> so you may wish to add them to your kernel config file. See
|> GENERIC for examples.
|> Mathieu Arnold
| 'options io' is not in GENERIC, is this intended?
I think it's something he missed and I believe it's needed for X to work.
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