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Re: [opensuse] how to get /dev to be a tmpfs and get populated at boot by udev?
  • From: Rene Salmon <rsalmon@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Apr 2006 13:53:10 -0500
  • Message-id: <44356396.3090405@xxxxxxxxxx>
Hi,

Thank you I will give it a try on my SUSE 10.0 box. Any clues on getting this working on SUSE 9.3?

Thanks
Rene


Marcus Rueckert wrote:
hi,

[[[
$ grep TMPFS /etc/sysconfig/* ; head -n 1 /etc/SuSE-release /etc/sysconfig/kernel:DEV_ON_TMPFS="yes"
SUSE LINUX 10.0 (i586) OSS
]]]

[[[
$ grep tmpfs * ; head -n 1 /etc/SuSE-release boot:# mount tmpfs on /dev if not already done by initramfs
boot: if test "$dir" = "/dev" -a "$type" = "tmpfs"; then
boot: echo -n "Mounting tmpfs at /dev"
boot: mount -n -t tmpfs -o mode=0755 udev /dev
boot.localfs:openSUSEmount -fv -t tmpfs udev /dev
boot.localfs:openSUSE tmpfs) umount -t tmpfs $fs ;;
boot.localfs:openSUSEumount -avt
noproc,nonfs,nonfs4,nosmbfs,nocifs,notmpfs || {
SUSE LINUX 10.0.42 (X86-64) OSS Beta5
]]]

hope this helps

darix


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