/proc/net/dev no such file or dir
june.tune.sea at gmail.com
Sun Aug 18 10:07:02 EDT 2013
Thanks for reply!
Acctually ,I have just entered shell command line ,no process is running yet !
I don 't clear of why /proc have not been mounted .
So I want to find reason by debuging ,and I find /proc filesystem
exist in ram ,with several entries ceated .
Chould you tell me the key point that mount /proc on system ?
2013/8/14 <Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu>:
> On Tue, 13 Aug 2013 21:43:55 +0800, Hatte John said:
>> I have not ever mount /sys and /proc filesystems, so is there other
>> way to chech the host's ip address and netdevice information?
> If in fact /sys and /proc aren't getting mounted, a *whole lot* of stuff
> won't work (for instance, /bin/ps will break, as will /bin/df. I'm reasonably
> sure that most udev implementations need /sys around, so I'm surprised
> that you're getting booted at all...
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