On Mon, Jul 29, 2002 at 11:28:15PM +0100, David Coulson wrote:
> >I've looked into /dev and there is no ubd/0. Anybody has a hint for
> Edit /etc/fstab and change it to use /dev/ubd0, rather than /dev/ubd/0.
> Alternativly, rebuild the kernel with devfs and mount /dev as a devfs
The kernel is built with devfs already, but you pointed me in the
right direction. In fact, it seems that it was built without the
`mount devfs at boot time' option, and it has to be passed explicitely
on the command line. `linux ubd0=root_fs devfs=mount' did the trick.