Yeah *blush* in a moments stupidity it would seem that I had compiled
it into the kernel. As for suspecting it was udev well that was a wild
guess as well as seeing the dev part and the errors occuring after it
was started hehe. Anyway I have recompiled the kernel with it removed
and its all sorted now.

Anyway not my proudest moment.


On 8/24/05, Alvin A ONeal Jr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Ryan,
> Looks like you're using Network Block Devices? Did you mean to do this?
> If you did, then perhaps the machines which host the nbds are not ready?
> I don't know much about nbd, just the name really, but that would be my
> best guess.
> --
> 8^)
> Laterz-
> ~Alvin
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