On Mon, 30 Dec 2002 12:17:41 -0500
"Murat Bicer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


> :What's your securelevel?
> kern_securelevel="2"

That's the problem. From the init man page:

        2       Highly secure mode - same as secure mode, plus disks may not
                be opened for writing (except by mount(2)) whether mounted or
                not. This level precludes tampering with file systems by
                unmounting them, but also inhibits running newfs(8) while 
                the system is multi-user.

You can either boot into single user mode (boot -s) or temporarily lower
your secure level to work with the disk.

        Miguel Mendez - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
        GPG Public Key :: http://energyhq.homeip.net/files/pubkey.txt
        EnergyHQ :: http://www.energyhq.tk
        Of course it runs NetBSD!

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