RE: Trouble installing Hurd
> Also, I get "unknown device or filesystem" when trying to fsck
> partitions other than /. I thought maybe I need to use "-o hurd" in
> order to make this work, but it appears that didn't help, either.
> Hm. Again, no formal bug report right now, just a (somewhat vague)
> memory. If you wish, I'll try to investigate. And I'll create a new
> filesystem under Linux with and without "-o hurd" and under Hurd, if
> you want.
Please check your /etc/fstab entries under the Hurd. You most likely
have linux-style device names there.
Another possibility is that you do not have the devices for your other
partitions set up. Go to /dev and do:
... etc. ...
for each of your partitions (obviously use YOUR OWN DEVICE NAME -- this
will vary based on how you partitioned your drive).