Hi Alexander, You wrote:
Alexander> I've recompiled the kernel, and added the "loop" option to
Alexander> it, to make possible mounting a filesystem that is in a
Alexander> standard file, instead of writing it in a disk before.
Alexander> When all was working, I tried to mount a file which is
Alexander> a copy of an msdos diskette, with the proper options in
Alexander> mount command (loop, blocksize etc), but I don't have any
Alexander> /dev/loop? device. How can I create one (or more)?
cd /dev ; MAKEDEV loop
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