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Re: Problems with the console

From: Alex
Subject: Re: Problems with the console
Date: Mon, 08 Nov 2004 00:57:01 +0100
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tty6    "/libexec/getty 38400"        hurd        on    secure trusted
Are the lines wrapped like this or only because your mail client
wrapped them?
my mail client wrapped them

For my feeling everything is correct.  I assume you used the newest
Hurd package and rebooted the system after configuring the console
In fact, i have this problem since i have installed debian hurd with debian cross installation. The console never worked. Recently i have only update all packages hoping it will work now : apt-get upgrade;apt-get dist-upgrade

IIRC you said both the vga and ncursesw consoles did not work.  In
that case I guess something is wrong with the console server or
something around there.  You could have a look at the PIDs of the
servers and see if they don't change (=die).

Can you access the console server using ls?  For example:
ls /dev/vcs/1

Does that show all nodes (console, display, input)?
ls /dev/vcs/1
   console display input

Seems correct :/

Here are my processus list: i am running single user mode for now
ps -A

root         0  ? R<mo  0:00.00 /hurd/proc
root 1 - Sslo 0:00.00 /hurd/init /boot/gnumach.gz -s root=device:hd0s
-            2  ? D<p   0:00.04 /boot/gnumach.gz -s root=device:hd0s8
root 3 - So 0:00.15 /hurd/ext2fs.static --multiboot-command-line=/b
root         4  - So    0:00.00 /hurd/exec
root         5  - So    0:00.01 /hurd/auth
root 6 - Sslow 0:00.00 /bin/bash /libexec/runsystem /boot/gnumach.gz -
root         7  - So    0:00.04 /hurd/term /dev/console device console
root         8  - So    0:00.00 /hurd/magic tty
root         9  - Sw    0:00.00 /bin/sh
root        13  - S     0:00.00 ps -A

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