/etc/fstab error and I can't start the system normally
backyard1454-bsd at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 7 20:40:43 UTC 2006
--- micman <micman at free.fr> wrote:
> I tried and configured FreeBSD 6.1 for many days and
> I mounted my FAT extended partition to exchange my
> files between Windows and my new Operating System.
> That was OK. After I tried to mount automatically at
> boot this partition and I make an error (grammatical
> error): I wrote acd0s5 instead of ad0s5 in
> Now, when I start the system, I receive this message
> at the end of the boot process:
> "Can't open (No such file or directory)
> /dev/acd0s5: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY; RUN
> fsck_msdosfs MANUALLY.
> THE FOLLOWING FILE SYSTEM HAD AN UNEXPECTED
> msdosfs: /dev/acd0s5 (/mnt/win)
> Automatic file system check failed; help!
> Aug 7 20:08:07 int: /bin/sh on /etc/rc terminated
> abnormally, going to single user mode
> Enter full pathname of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:"
> Can I rewrite the file /etc/fstab in text mode?
> If it's possible, how can I do this?
> I tried fsck_manually and also to boot by option '6'
> ("Escape to loader") but I was not able to resolve
> the problem.
> If someone can help me, thank you.
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get into a console maybe by booting single user.
remote root as read/write you may or may not have to
remount root as write but...
mount -u /
fix the error hit [esc] cc [esc] a and you should be
good to go.
hope that helps
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