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Re: Creating /dev/dk* nodes so as to be persistent
> There are a couple things missing from what I've seen in this thread so far:
> 1) If you want your changes to persist, you'll need to access "the lower
> layer of your union mount". i.e. umount /dev
> 2) MAKEDEV.local should be in the same places as MAKEDEV, i.e. in /dev, not
I could try that, after umounting /BETA1, where the hard-drive partition with
FreeBSD system source, NetBSD-HEAD system source and pkgsrc is mounted to.
Then, if no immediate crash, see what's in /dev, and run MAKEDEV all, try to
include the extra dk* nodes.
Kernel with xhci hung on boot (login: prompt but then keyboard input was not
Dynamically-created device nodes, as in modern-day Linux and FreeBSD, are so
much nicer to deal with than MAKEDEV.
There is no /etc/MAKEDEV or MAKEDEV.local, but there is
$SRCDIR/etc/MAKEDEV.local , also MAKEDEV.tmpl and MAKEDEV.awk .
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