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SubjectRE: Why is /dev on a different filesystem ? [Kernel 2.6.20.3]
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> Might want to 'cat /proc/mounts', and ponder the fact that a 
> filesystem
> can be mounted and not listed in /etc/mtab, and then see if
> your system
> has 'udev' installed and enabled.

Damn ! You're right :
cat /proc/mounts | grep dev
none /dev tmpfs rw 0 0
and no, I don't have any udev running, still can't stand it ;)

Thx for the pointer, I was too much trusting df :(

Regards,
Paul


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