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Date:      Sun, 06 Jan 2002 11:24:36 -0600
To:        "Jim Gansle" <>, "Free BSD Questions" <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Re: Can't get to boot prompt
Message-ID:  <>
In-Reply-To: <000201c196d6$06f6f460$c6a5b1d8@gvtc>

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Just press enter at the prompt.... that IS the path. Then:

#mount -u /

#mount -a -t ufs

#swapon -a

At 10:59 AM 1.6.2002 -0600, Jim Gansle wrote: 


<fontfamily><param>Verdana</param><bigger><bigger>I made a couple errors
in editing the rc.confg file, and as a result the boot process doesn't
get me to the login prompt. It stops and asks me for the full pathname of
the shell or to press RETURN for /bin/sh. I haven't been able to
determine what the "full pathname" is, and couldn't get anywhere in


<fontfamily><param>Verdana</param><bigger><bigger>Can anyone help this
Windows-indoctrinated newbie get back to working with FBSD? With thanks
in advance.


<fontfamily><param>Verdana</param><bigger><bigger>Jim Gansle



Best regards,

Jack L. Stone,

Server Admin


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