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    jails How can I prevent mdconfig memory disks which are attached in the host from appearing in jails?

    How can I prevent mdconfig memory disks which are attached in the host from appearing in jails? That means, I do not want to see md0 md1 md2 being visible and accessible from jails. (It's got to be a setting in the devfs.rules or jail.conf file, but I just figure it out.)
  2. Andreas Strauch

    embedded build for armv7 broken in stable/13

    Hi, I am running the following build against the stable/13 source branch: cd /usr/src git clone -b stable/12 --depth 1 https://git.freebsd.org/src.git /usr/src cd release sh release.sh -c $HOME/BBB.conf The error I get looks as follows on the command line...
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    jails Using mdconfig inside jail

    I need to use mdconfig inside a jail, but I'm hit with "Error mdconfig: open(/dev/mdctl): No such file or directory". I think I need to "allow" it in the jail.conf but couldnt figure out what it is. Please help.
  4. yayj

    Solved Where's /dev/md*

    I remember that I can access /dev/md* under FreeBSD 11 according to Handbook 17.9 Memory Disks. But it seems that md devices disappear. ➜ ~ uname -a FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE r341666 GENERIC amd64 ➜ ~ mdconfig -f foo.iso md0 ➜ ~ mdconfig -a -t swap -s 5m md1 ➜ ~ mdconfig...
  5. aragats

    ext4fuse crashes when listing mounted image

    Trying to mount an image file with ext4 filesystem:# mdconfig rootfs.img md0 # ext4fuse -o ro /dev/md0 /mnt/tmp/ # ls -l /mnt/tmp/ ls: bin: Device not configured . . . . <many lines> ls: sys: Device not configured total 88 # dmesg | tail . . . . pid 1943 (ext4fuse), uid 0: exited on signal 6...
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