Subject: Re: Where is the Mailing List Archive?
To: Paul Jaffray <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: macbsd-general
Date: 07/10/1994 14:44:33
> Someone mentioned in a previous message a mailing list archive.  Does 
> such a thing exist, where is it, and how do I access it.

Yes.  It's on and probably hard to get to for
that reason--I can't get there to get the exact path for you, at the

> -System boots in single user mode but just about everything I do results 
> in the message "No".  I have no idea what this means.

Did you install all on one partition, or do you have a /usr partition? is necessary to load dynamically liked executables.  I think that
it should be in /usr/libexec (I could be wrong...).

> -I am unable to mount the file system read/write.  I issue the "mount -u 
> /" command but get the message "fstab: /etc/fstabNo such file or 
> directory  Segmentation fault"

Do you have /dev/sd0a, etc.?  If not, you need to install a dev.tar that
has some files in it--I screwed up on this one a while back and don't
recall if BETA-1 fixed that.  Since you don't have an /etc/fstab, it
can't locate the correct device for /.  Try mount -u /dev/sd0a /.


Allen Briggs - end killing - ** MacBSD == NetBSD/Mac **
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=== want to care. Under the bridge. Over the phone. Wind on the Water.  ===