Subject: Re: FTP failed bad or no setup
To: Stanley Reynolds <>
From: Clint Wolff \(VAX collector\) <>
List: port-vax
Date: 07/16/2001 07:08:09
Hi Stanley,

The 'setenv TERM vt100' didn't work because the default
shell for single user is '/bin/sh', not your normal
login shell.

What I generally do is the following:

boot single user mode
mount /
mount /usr
setenv TERM vt100
<fix password file>
reboot system

Hope this helps (in the future!)

As to your mopd problem, I dunno nuthin bout no mopd...


On Mon, 16 Jul 2001, Stanley Reynolds wrote:

> Thanks for the help I'am past this problem and on to
> the next ( mopd segmentation falt core dump ).
> Unable to edit password file in single user mode my
> setenv Term vt100 command was not found. Reloaded from
> cdrom and set up new user with password then transfer
> worked. What have I learned ? I don't use vi well most
> all of netbsd is magic, just don't let the smoke out
> it never works without the smoke.
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