Re: What means that: FATAL: udev is already active on /dev/. ?
> On Wed, 13 Oct 2004, Christian Leimer wrote:
>> Christian Leimer wrote:
>> > Sebastiaan wrote:
>> I today moved a /dev folder from an other clean sarge disk and this fixed
>> it. However! I now have a /dev which seems to be created by udev and I
>> have an .dev where all the old stuff is. Is this the debian way?
>> Bye Chris.
> I can't find /.dev or /dev/.dev on my system running udev. Running Sarge,
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> of 'In principle ...'
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If I boot from another system the .dev is gone.
But booting back in the troble maker shows the .dev and with the contents of
an old /dev only null and console and I can not delete this it says it is
in use. If I delete the content of .dev the system does not boot.
Very curios what happens here.
Also an other disk at sdb is not recognized.
Anyone that I can reinstall to fix the system.