Subject: Re: ldconfig Help!
To: der Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>
From: Mike Ekholm <email@example.com>
Date: 07/10/1998 21:52:31
i rwmounted the root filesystem, renamed the file, and still got about 15
core dumps during the boot process. also got the messages:
init: getty repeating to quickly pn port /dev/console, sleeping.
where should i go fro here?
On Fri, 10 Jul 1998, der Mouse wrote:
> > Ok. I have a SS1 with NetBSD 1.2.1. what I did was issue the
> > 'ldconfig' command with no options as root. [now everything, or at
> > least everything dynamically linked, dumps core]
> > the only way that I got the system up was booting in single user
> > mode, that worled fine.
> > 1. where do i go now to get my system running again?
> What you did *shouldn't've* caused a problem, as I understand ldconfig.
> Try removing the hints file (/var/run/ld.so.hints, I think) and either
> rerunning ldconfig or just rebooting.
> > 2. i tried a "mount /dev/rsd0d /usr" and I got s message like :block
> > device required" how do i mount the usr partitoon.
> Use the block device instead of the raw device, as the message implies.
> Assuming the command you gave was otherwise correct, this would mean
> "mount /dev/sd0d /usr".
> > 3. from what i could tell, the filesystem is read only, is this true?
> The root filesystem, yes. If you don't want that, "mount /" will
> remount it read/write. You probably should fsck it first, though (the
> same is true of /usr, actually).
> der Mouse
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