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Re: diskless systems forget how to go multiuser?
cvs update, rebuild, updated other i386 systems and noticed possibly-
Complaint about /var (scrolled off screen and not saved in logs, so
I forget exactly what the complaint was) Whatever the complaint, it
was false. (I rebooted to see if I could catch the complaint, but it
didn't happen again...)
'ttyflags' reports "Permission denied" opening /dev/tty0[0-3]
(uucp:wheel, mode 600)
'pkg_delete' deleted database entry but got "Permission denied" when trying
to delete the package's files and "/var/db/pkg/<pkgname>" directory.
Manual deletion with 'rm' worked.
On these systems, I share /usr, /var/db/pkg and /var/db/pkg.refcount
between all systems of the same architecture and OS version.
On Fri, 27 Apr 2012, Matthias Drochner wrote:
Can you try with sys/nfs/nfs_vnops.c rev.1.294?
Re-cvs-updated. Rebuilding now. Updating/testing soon.
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