Subject: Re: MacBSD problems
To: Santa's little helper <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 12/23/1993 04:09:59
> 	2) It gives me "Can't open /dev/rsd0g: Device not configured".  Then 
> it tells it can't check file system; I'm supposed to run fsck manually.
> Fsck runs fine on /dev/rsd0a, my root directory, but then has a cow on 
> /dev/rsd0g just like the automatic run did.

/dev/[r]sd0g is a /usr partition.  If you didn't create one, that's cool,
but don't expect Unix to be able to use it ;-)  Again, if you didn't
make a usr partition, then it shouldn't find anything...


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