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Re: how to create /dev again?? - Almost solved

I have one server with same setup.

I managed to copy the  /dev to the server.

Now it seems everything is fine.

I even try " mknod " to make character or block device.

I have not rebooted the server as it is live one.

On 6/6/06, Lunt, Nick <Nick Lunt wesleyan co uk> wrote:

Hi Nilesh,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: nilesh vaghela [mailto:nileshj vaghela gmail com]
> Sent: 05 June 2006 17:10
> To: redhat-list redhat com
> Subject: how to create /dev again??
> Dear All,
> Due to some mistake /dev is completely deleted except some
> permission denied
> files.
> How to recreate again ??
> I have two HDD installed.
> The server is stil live and working but some command can not
> be executed.
> I had not rebooted the server.
> Can I copy the /dev from other server ??

Have a look at MAKEDEV. 'man MAKEDEV' .
I've never used it myself but it looks like its what your after.


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