In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Doug Barton 

>       I've been using devfs for a long time without problems. I had
>device vn in my kernel conf since the pre-devfs days, and today I needed
>to use a vn device to build picobsd. Lo and behold, I don't have any vn
>devices of any sort in /dev. I tried 'vnconfig -c /dev/vn0' but it also
>complained that the device didn't exist.

Use md instead of vn, it has all the same (and more) functionality.

See mdconfig(8).

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