help with udev problem

Wilco Beekhuizen wilcobeekhuizen at
Thu Apr 3 05:59:20 PDT 2008

2008/4/2, at < at>:
> Greetings,On Wednesday 02 April 2008 09:30:12 you wrote:> You probably
> forgot to mount /dev/pts.> Add to /etc/fstab:>> devpts
>  /dev/pts      devpts   gid=4,mode=620     0 0>> /dev/shm seems to be
>  automatically created on my system. Maybe you> missed a kernel option?
> thanks for your suggestion, but I already had the above line and the
>  corresponding line for /dev/shm in /etc/fstab.Ax  regards kernel
>  support, I recompiled the kernel and now include automatic kernel
>  loading which was missing but it made no difference.  if  anyone on
>  this list knows of a specific kernel  option  required, please let me
>  before helpful  suggestions will be appreciated.sincerelyblux

I remember /dev/pts is for secure shells or something like that. There
is a kernel option for that. But do you use the correct bootscripts?
The default udev configuration should work. Have you installed the
default rules?

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