Yesterday disaster struck after I wanted to remove Gnome and issued
the following command:
pkg_deinstall -R x11/gnome* -x evolution
I went to sleep and when I woke up I rebooted and got the login
screen iso my normal graphical GDM. I logged in as I normally do
and thought I was logged in because I saw a line saying I had
mail, but then the line below that one said:
/usr/local/bin/bash was not found.
As root I coudn't login as well, so I sat a while looking at my
screen and looking for options.
I grapped a netbsd 4.0 live cd and booted but now I need some
help how to proceed.
I wanted to use netbsd to mount my ffs harddrive and change
the /etc/passwd file to /bin/sh
Then I would be able to see the damage.
However, I don't know how the mount_ffs on Netbsd because
OS is obviously using a different /dev naming scheme because I
excpected it to be something like /dev/ad*.
Does anyone happen to know the right command? Or should I head on to the
And if someone knows what created this mess, let me know as well.
And if you happen to know other options, don hesitate to react as
I also have some suse and ubuntu live-cd's but didn't use them because
I don't know how well they support ffs.
Thanks in advanced,
Thanks in advanced
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