A problem in devfsd as released with Mandrake Linux 9.1 allowed users to mount filesystems from rd raid disks, but prevented them from regenerating the LILO mbr. Devfsd provides compatibility links on the devfs filesystem for new device names, and for /dev/rd/* devices, it provided partition links and whole disk links. The latter were broken, but not the former. Because of this, mounting would work because the filesystem links were correct, but running lilo would fail because the disk links were broken. This new devfsd corrects the problem, however users will have to manually remove the broken links otherwise devfsd will "remember" the old, broken links. To do this, execute, as root: rm -rf /lib/dev-state/rd This update also fixes /dev/hd not appearing for root on the first login, and also a minilogd/initlog deadlock that sometimes appears during the bootstrap. The /dev/log entry is created by the log daemon, but devfsd may restore it on bootup making minilogd believe that the log daemon is up and running when in fact it is not. Updated initscripts packages also help with the minilogd/initlog deadlock issue.
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