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Re: 2.4 -> 2.6 kernel upgrade problem

On Thu, 2004-12-30 at 10:59 +0000, Martin Habets wrote:
> I read a while ago that the debian package somehow recreates
> /dev/null as a regular file. Looks like your /dev/console might
> be hosed as well. Here's what they should be:
> crw-rw-rw-  1 root root 1, 3 Sep 12 18:58 /dev/null
> crw-------  1 root tty 5, 1 Sep 12 18:59 /dev/console
> You probably have to boot from CD (or net) to get back into your
> system, but you could try init level 1. When you get in, use mknod
> to recreate these files if needed.
> -- 
> Martin
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 30 years from now GNU/Linux will be as redundant a term as UNIX/MERT is 
> today. - Martin Habets
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

	I checked that as well, my output looks exactly like yours.  Do you
think this can have anything to do with /initrd?  My /initrd is empty,
is that how it should be?

I do have a working system becuase I backed up my 2.4 kernel and added
an entry to my yaboot.conf for it.  Thanks.
-Matt Weber

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