In the last episode (Aug 27), Marcel.lautenbach said:
> well, i new to freebsd but i didn't find help in the newbelist. and
> since i got this daily message from the list i think this is the
> right place to go.
> 
> i am at the point to change my /etc/fstab file. well, there i can set
> two numbers 1 for root file system; 2 for another ufs file system and
> 0 for everythin else. so, in my example here: why ist a ms-dos file
> system set to 2 and not to 0? it isn't a ufs file
> system...*wondering*
> 
> also, why to distinguish between 1,2 and 0. there is a file system
> declaration in the third column. so, i don't get it with the
> differences and reasons for these three numbers. but i would like to
> understand :-)

Run "man fstab", and read the descriptions of the fifth and sixth
columns.

> so, can someone help?
> 
> and, what does the term "userland" mean for freebsd?

Any user programs, headers, libraries, etc (anything that's not the
kernel).

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        Dan Nelson
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