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. Thanks Alvin 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 > http://CoolAJ86.Havenite.net > > --- > "Sometimes you lose, most times I win, eh... you lose." Trademarked & > All rights reversed - SlickC92 & CoolAJ86 > > > -- "When you play a Microsoft CD backwards you can hear demonic Voices... that's nothing - when you play it forward it installs Windows" -- firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list