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device node for sd1 not present

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Hi,
I need to mount sd1(install media) in install shell, but it only has device nodes for sd0(hdd).
How do I create device nodes for sd1 ?
Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied").

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Re: device node for sd1 not present

Josh Grosse-3
On Fri, Feb 08, 2019 at 04:42:42PM +0300, ??\_(???)_/?? ??\_(???)_/?? wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to mount sd1(install media) in install shell, but it only has device nodes for sd0(hdd).
> How do I create device nodes for sd1 ?
> Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied").

# cd /dev && sh MAKEDEV sd1

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>On Fri, Feb 08, 2019 at 04:42:42PM +0300, ??\_(???)_/?? ??\_(???)_/?? wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I need to mount sd1(install media) in install shell, but it only has device nodes for sd0(hdd).
>> How do I create device nodes for sd1 ?
>> Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied").
>
># cd /dev && sh MAKEDEV sd1
>
**Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied")**

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Re: device node for sd1 not present

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>>On Fri, Feb 08, 2019 at 05:00:16PM +0300, ??\_(???)_/?? ??\_(???)_/?? wrote:
>>
>> >On Fri, Feb 08, 2019 at 04:42:42PM +0300, ??\_(???)_/?? ??\_(???)_/?? wrote:
>> >> Hi,
>> >> I need to mount sd1(install media) in install shell, but it only has device nodes for sd0(hdd).
>> >> How do I create device nodes for sd1 ?
>> >> Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied").
>> >
>> ># cd /dev && sh MAKEDEV sd1
>> >
>> **Also, I can't execute /dev/MAKEDEV("Permission  denied")**
>
>And, that is why I recommended using the "sh" command.  It might work for
>you.  If I recall correctly, it has been working for me on RAMDISK kernels
>since OpenBSD 3.3.
Oh I see. Thanks a lot Josh!