On Thu, 31 Aug 2006 00:22:03 +0100 RW wrote:
> On Wednesday 30 August 2006 21:55, Gerard Seibert wrote:
> > RW wrote:
> > > What's the canonical way of mounting the Linux procfs at boot-time?
> > >
> > > I've seen several recommendations to add the following to fstab:
> > >
> > > linproc /compat/linux/proc linprocfs rw 0 0
> > >
> > > But in a standard installation, this mount-point is really under /usr,
> > > which isn't mounted until pass 2. If I change the pass number to 2, it
> > > fails with an "unexpected inconsistencies" error. I presume this is
> > > because mount is trying to fsck it, and failing to find fsck_linprocfs.
> > This is what I have in my /etc/fstab file:
> > linprocfs /compat/linux/proc linprocfs rw 0 0
> > Is this what you are referring to?
> I tried it and it didn't work. Irrespective of whether it should begin
> or linprocfs, /compat is a link to /usr/compat, and /usr isn't mounted at
> that point. Do you have a different arrangement?
Can't confirm that the problem exists:
$ uname -a
FreeBSD srv.sem.ipt.ru 6.1-STABLE FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE #2: Wed May 17 23:26:59
MSD 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SRV i386
But what do you mean "/usr isn't mounted at that point?". Have you
read man fstab?
> BTW I'm running 6.1 (upgraded from an original 5.3 install)
Usually an output of "uname -a" is much more informative here. 6.1 may
mean release, release + security patches, stable... And a platform
also is of interest here.
Boris Samorodov (bsam)
Research Engineer, http://www.ipt.ru Telephone & Internet SP
FreeBSD committer, http://www.FreeBSD.org The Power To Serve
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