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 Re: bad mount of linux file system in fstab
Author: Dan 
Date:   01-08-05 12:01

When booting, go into single user mode and alter the file. For single user mode, press the SPACE bar when the system starts counting down during the boot process. Then type "boot -s" and it will boot into single user mode. Then edit /etc/fstab

In /etc/rc.conf, do you have kern_securelevel_enable set?

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Hern42 01-08-05 08:19 
 Re: bad mount of linux file system in fstab   new
Dan 01-08-05 12:01 
 Re: bad mount of linux file system in fstab   new
Hern42 01-08-05 12:17 
 Re: bad mount of linux file system in fstab   new
Dan 02-08-05 13:54 


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