Alexander Fieroch wrote:
> Alex Romosan wrote:
>> look at /dev/null. on my system it keeps getting replaced by a regular
>> file. not really sure where the bug is, but 'cd /dev; ./MAKEDEV null'
>> will recreate the null character device and then the compilation will
>> proceed normally.
> Thanks, that's it. /dev/null was replaced by a regular file.
> Hm, /dev/MAKEDEV null and /dev/MAKEDEV std didn't rebuild the character
> device null... but a reboot did.
you are probably running udev or something like that which generates
the devices automagically...
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