F7 install puts no entries in /dev,/proc/ and /sys

Mikkel L. Ellertson mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Thu Jun 21 12:53:26 UTC 2007

Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Wednesday 20 June 2007, andy selby wrote:
>> I installed f7 on a second hard drive (slave on an ide bus which makes
>> it sdb) and input the correct settings into grub.conf on the master
>> drive (sda). After installing the main bulk of f7 it ejects the
>> install dvd and requests a reboot, after the reboot I assume,from
>> experience, it requires me to setup a user account but I never get
>> that far because it kernel panics. When I boot into fc4 and look on
>> the second hardrive there are no entries in /proc, /sys or /dev.
> Why should there be?  Those are all virtual directories in memory these days.  
> In fact, if those directories even exist on the 2nd drive that you installed 
> F7 to, I would think something is rather wildly amiss.
I think he installed the root directory of F7 on the second drive,
so the directories would be there as mount points.


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