Reed Lai wrote:
> I use PicoBSD 0.41 (NET) on my 486-100/16MB RAM/1.44 FDD.
> I always got following messages when run update or kget:
> Can't get name field for entry 14
> pid xx (kget), uid 0 on /: file system full
> /: write failed, file system is full
> pid xx (kget), uid 0: exited on signal 11
> Segmentation fault
> Did I miss anything? Please help.
No, you didn't. The disk is very packed, so there is no room on it for
anything else. IIRC, in the /etc folder, all the config files are both
in .gz format and uncompressed.
What I do is to remove the .gz formatted ones, and then edit the
uncompressed ones on a full FreeBSD system.
After that, you *might* be able to use "update". I've never used it.
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