On Jul 27, 2006, at 4:51 PM, Segher Boessenkool wrote:

mount: unknown filesystem type 'devfs'

Uh oh, I don't think this is even an option for our Xen kernel, IIRC devfs is long dead.
Your rootfs is showing its age.

+ /etc/init.d/sshd start

no /dev (from devfs or udev) ... no /dev/pts ... no sshd

Just adding a static /dev dir on the root fs might solve this.  Or
perhaps mount crapped out after the devfs failure, and didn't mount
devpts because of that.  Or your distro is _so_ old that it doesn't
know about devpts at all (_highly_ unlikely heh).

this rootfs was designed for k42 which has linux kernel blob which is _way_ old 2.6.{5,13}, ancient for us :).

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