On Mon, May 14, 2007 at 11:33:16AM -0500, Paul Schmehl wrote:

> --On Monday, May 14, 2007 12:05:47 -0400 Jerry McAllister <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> wrote:
> >On Mon, May 14, 2007 at 09:58:54AM -0600, Oscar Chavarria wrote:
> >
> >>ls /dev/da0s1
> >>/dev/da0s1
> >
> >Again, please do not top post.   It makes it very hard to have any
> >idea what you are referring to.     The entire context of the
> >conversation gets lost.
> >
> >In this case, what do you mean?
> >You just did an ls of a file name and found that it responsed
> >with the file name.   That is normal.   So, what?
> >
> >Try doing ls /dev/da0s*  and see what you get.
> >
> >Secondly, nowdays, the devfs system only makes devices that are
> >in use and makes them on the fly.   I haven't dug around in that
> >since the change since it was changed from the old MAKEDEV system
> >so I may be wrong, but I would not be surprised if /dev/da0s1d was
> >not there until after things were fixed up.
> >
> >So, try the fsck as Mikhail suggested  -- with the partition name.
> >
> I'm wondering if he shouldn't try umount /home first.

If there is something mounted there, yes.
Does  df  show anything mounted at /home?

If so, then the umount will be helpful.

But, I think the correct fsck may be the needed thing to try.


> ----
> Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
> Senior Information Security Analyst
> The University of Texas at Dallas
> http://www.utdallas.edu/ir/security/

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