LFS 6.1.1: chroot need to exited prior to running grub?

Angel Tsankov fn42551 at fmi.uni-sofia.bg
Tue May 2 00:23:19 PDT 2006

>> Section 8.4. "Making the LFS System Bootable" says to start the grub shell and issue a command like "root (hd0,3)." The root 
>> command, however, cannot mount the partition since we have not yet exited the chroot environment and grub cannot find any hard 
>> drives. Is this right, or am I missing smth?
> You probably didn't start udev. Run /sbin/udevstart and you should have your hard drive devices in /dev.

Well, it appears that I have called /sbin/udevstart (as explained in section 6.58. Udev-056) but after shutdown (shutdown -hP now) 
and restart I do not see any devices in /mnt/lfs/dev besides null and console. Any ideas why this happens? 

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