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Please post the contents of your /etc/conf.d/net
Also, is your NIC driver built into the kernel or a module?
If it is modular, you can load it by using coldplug ("emerge coldplug")
or you can add the module to /etc/modules.autoload.d/kernel-2.6.
Charles Trois wrote:
> Matti Bickel a écrit le 11/11/2005
>> Charles Trois <charles.trois@...> wrote:
>>> Mounting /dev for udev
>>> The "mount" command failed with error:
>>> wrong fstype, bad option, bad superblock on udev, or too many mounted
>>> file systems
>> Please check if you compiled support for tmpfs in your kernel. The
>> option is CONFIG_TMPFS. Do NOT make this a module.
>> This is kinda wild guess, but it sounds like you're missing
> Sorry for this late answer. Your guess was quite right and enabled me to
> get over that error. I then met various little problems that I was able
> to solve, but there remains a (hopefully) last one.
> The new error message is:
> Problem starting needed services
> "netmount" was not started.
> /etc/init.d/netmount start gives the same error. eth0 is not brought up
> and ifconfig lists only lo.
> What have I done wrong?
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