Subject: Re: Login won't work with -current
To: Vincent <>
From: Rui Paulo <>
List: current-users
Date: 11/26/2005 21:16:35
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On 2005.11.26 20:38:03 +0000, Vincent wrote:
| Rui Paulo a =E9crit :
| >That should be fixed. Please cvs up, rebuild and install. If you can't=
| >login
| >right now, boot into single user mode and copy
| >/usr/lib/ to /usr/lib/ and symlink
| >/usr/lib/ -> /usr/lib/
| Okay. Because I'm cvs up'ing from a rsynced server (in France), I will=20
| allow for a while before cvs up'ing again (tomorrow morning).
| By the way, I admit this is a neophyt question, but how do you boot in=20
| single user mode?

At the boot prompt:
boot -s # defaults to booting 'netbsd' kernel file in single user mode
boot netbsd.old -s # boots 'netbsd.old' in single user mode=20

		-- Rui Paulo

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