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after I recompiled the kernel, xorg doesn't start, stating something about cannot finding /dev/io booting with kernel.old (GENERIC) works fine what option I forgot in KERNCONF ? thanks, petre -- Login: petre Name: Petre Bandac Directory: /home/petre Shell: /usr/local/bin/zsh On since Wed Feb 23 22:29 (EET) on ttyv0, idle 1:07 (messages off) No Mail. No Plan....

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    Default /dev/io after kernel recompiling on a 5.3 stable

    after I recompiled the kernel, xorg doesn't start, stating something
    about cannot finding /dev/io

    booting with kernel.old (GENERIC) works fine

    what option I forgot in KERNCONF ?

    thanks,

    petre

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    Default Re: /dev/io after kernel recompiling on a 5.3 stable

    In the last episode (Feb 23), Petre Bandac said:
    > after I recompiled the kernel, xorg doesn't start, stating something
    > about cannot finding /dev/io
    >
    > booting with kernel.old (GENERIC) works fine
    >
    > what option I forgot in KERNCONF ?
    device io

    It used to be included by default, but now you have to ask for it. You
    may also want to add "device mem".

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    Default Re: /dev/io after kernel recompiling on a 5.3 stable

    what about /proc ?

    do I need it (if I use linux compatibility) ?


    > In the last episode (Feb 23), Petre Bandac said:
    >> after I recompiled the kernel, xorg doesn't start, stating something
    >> about cannot finding /dev/io
    >>
    >> booting with kernel.old (GENERIC) works fine
    >>
    >> what option I forgot in KERNCONF ?
    >
    > device io
    >
    > It used to be included by default, but now you have to ask for it. You
    > may also want to add "device mem".
    >
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    > Dan Nelson
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    Default Re: /dev/io after kernel recompiling on a 5.3 stable

    In the last episode (Feb 24), [email]petrekgb.ro[/email] said:
    > what about /proc ?
    >
    > do I need it (if I use linux compatibility) ?
    It depends. I have /proc mounted for truss, but I don't have linprocfs
    mounted, and I haven't had any problems running linux apps.

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