In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "David W. Chapman
 Jr." writes:

>If I'm using devfs on -current, can I erase the contents of my /dev 
>before devfs is mounted to save space?

Yes, the easiest way is:

        boot singleuser
        mount -o rw /
        mv /dev /dev_
        mkdir /dev
        chmod 755 /dev
        rm -rf /dev_

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