morning all ...

        Well, I swear I have to be missing something here that is going to
make me slap my forehead, but I can't get into single user mode :(

        I hit the space bar, type in 'boot -s' and it goes through all the
normal start up procedures, sets up the networking, etc ...

        The reason I'm trying to get into single user mode is cause I
can't get into multi-user without it doing:

Recovering vi editor sessions
mode = 0100600, inum = 729, fs = /tmp
panic: ffs_valloc: dup alloc
cpuid = 0; = 00000000

CPU0 stopping CPUs: 0x00000002... stopped

and a trace of:

Debugger()      @ +0x38
panic()         @ +0xa0
ffs_valloc()    @ +0xf5
ufs_makeinode() @ +0x5a
ufs_create()    @ +0x28
ufs_vnoperate() @ +0x15

Marc G. Fournier                               [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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scrappy@{postgresql|isc}.org                       ICQ#7615664

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