I do not have /etc/init.d/rc.udev. 

I don't know if this is a coincidence...but my builds of the root image fail on udev.  It is failing to copy the udev binary into the directory named root in the staging area.  I issued the failing install command without the -D option then executed make and the build continues on...


> Hello, I just built revision 1132 and still get udev issues.  My
> problem has gone away after adding a file called S10udev to
> /etc/init.d/ containing the line:
> udevd &
> Had to chmod +x the file.
> Now hda is in dev at login.

Hmm.  Do you have a /etc/init.d/rc.udev?  What do you get if you do
this from the command line (without the S10udev there, or having
killed udevd first):

/etc/init.d/rc.udev start ; echo $?