change permissions on /dev/null

Andrew Benton b3nt at ukonline.co.uk
Tue Aug 16 05:02:17 PDT 2005


Simon Geard wrote:
> To correct it, remove /dev/null, and re-create it with:
> 
> mknod -m 666 /dev/null c 1 3
> 
> I.e a character device, major/minor pair of 1,3, and world-writable.
> 

If udev is running, won't /dev be a temporary filesystem that will disappear when you reboot? It would be best to do this from your host system and chroot into lfs without mounting /dev



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