On Sun, 02 Dec 2007 18:48:33 +0100
Jorn Argelo <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> John Murphy wrote:
> > [after pressing 4 at the Beasty menu]
> >
> > Trying to mount root from ufs:/dev/ad4s2a
> > Enter full path name of shell or RETURN for /bin/sh:
> > /bin/tcsh
> > sh: Cannot open /etc/termcap
> > sh: using dumb terminal settings
> > %fsck -p
> > fsck: Command not found
> > %mount -u /
> > mount: Command not found
> > %reboot
> > reboot: Command not found
> > %exit
> > logout ... continues to a Login prompt.
> >   
> You simply don't have the commands in your PATH. Type /sbin/mount, 
> /sbin/fsck, /sbin/reboot and so on, and it does work. Never tried using 
> an setenv PATH /bin:/sbin:usr/bin:/usr/sbin(etc) in single user mode, 
> but I reckon it works.

Thanks. Useful to know that those tools are all in /sbin

I can confirm that setenv PATH .... works too.

> Also note that vi doesn't work by default as it needs to write to /tmp. 
> So mount /tmp or re-mount / to RW permissions.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Jorn

-- 
Thanks, John.
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