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20 Dec 2004
Hey fellow 6000 owners,
In a fit of bloody brilliance I was editing the fstab on the Z and accidentally deleted a line. To make matters worse, I didn't realize I had deleted said line until after I hit the old :wq . So, I have no idea which line I deleted, but I think it was important, as I get all kinds of weird errors during boot up. With that prologue, I beg and plead each of you to take a look at my fstab (below) and tell me which line I killed. (Please don't get all slashdot on me and just tell me line #6 and leave it at that). If someone with a virgin fstab wouldn't mind posting their complete and untouched version, it might be good to make a sticky, incase I am not the only idiot out there.
/dev/mtdblock2 / jffs2 ro,noatime 1 1
/dev/mtdblock3 /home jffs2 defaults,noatime 1 2
none /dev/shm tmpfs size=1m,noauto 0 0
none /dev/pts devpts gid=5,mode=620 0 0
Just when you thought you made it idiot proof, they went out and made a better idiot.
22 Nov 2004
I am running the ROM that shipped with the Z, and I am confused. When I check my /etc/passwd file the zaurus user says /bin/sh as does the root user, but when I open a terminal it automatically starts me out in bash. If I su I get the plain sh shell, so I am not sure why/where my /etc/passwd file is being overridden. I don't see a .profile or any other dot type files that look like they would be starting bash. Anyone got any guesses?
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