In response to "dhaneshk k" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> Hey can Any body help me?
> I have a free BSD  box ,due to some power failure its rebooted , but booting 
> failed ,
> The error I got was
> Trying  to mount root from ufs:/dev/ad4s1a  Warning : / was not properly 
> dismounted loading configuration files.  /etc/rc.conf :9:Synatx error  
> unterminated quoted String .    Enter full pathname of shell on Return for 
> /bin/sh:
>    I preseed enter key then I got  #prompt .
>   but no login prompt  to login to my machine: only getting #

You _are_ logged in.  If your console is marked "secure" (which it
obviously is, see /etc/ttys) then it doesn't ask for a password when
forced to boot to single user mode.  The most likely course to correct
the problem now, is to do the following:
fsck -p
mount -a

then fix the problem in /etc/rc.conf.

Bill Moran
Collaborative Fusion Inc.

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