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Re: obsd



> >>> What's "obsd" file?
> >>   It's your previous kernel.
> >>   If you messed up the configuration file to end up with an unusable 
> >> kernel,
> >> just type boot /obsd at the boot loader to save your ass.
> >
> > Mmh.. there's a man page about it?
> > I've use "obsd" kernel, but it's the same of my custom kernel.
> > Infact:
> > -rw-r--r--   2 root  wheel  2343028 Oct 15 15:45 bsd
> > -rw-r--r--   2 root  wheel  2343028 Oct 15 15:45 obsd
> 
> You (or some program) hard linked the two files. Look at the link 
> count. Do a ls -li to know for sure: if they have the same inode 
> number, the two directory entries refer to the same file indeed.

   6 -rw-r--r--   2 root  wheel  2351862 Oct 15 16:23 bsd
   6 -rw-r--r--   2 root  wheel  2351862 Oct 15 16:23 obsd





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