Subject: Re: The smallest multi-user system
To: NetBSD - current-users <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Rose <email@example.com>
Date: 08/14/2003 12:53:16
Allen Briggs wrote:
> That's because you're probably booting with RB_SINGLE set
> by the memory disk driver.
> Put the following in your kernel configuration file to change that:
> options MEMORY_RBFLAGS=0 # don't force single-user
I tried setting the flag and rebuilding the kernel, but I still get the same behavior.
When the kernel boots it prompts for a shell and then drops into single user mode. The command 'ls > ls.txt' gives the error message "cannot create ls.txt: read-only file system".
Furthermore, I added an rc file with the following contents and I did not see any output.
echo RC System initialization