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/dev is empty after I chroot to /mnt/sysimage in rescue mode



Hello,  
  
I booted in rescue mode (using FC3 CD1), did a  
"chroot /mnt/sysimage", and ended up with a  
/dev containing only the null device.  
I've done that several times with FC1 and never 
had this problem. Maybe a udev related issue? 
 
Since I don't know what would be the correct way to 
restore the content of my /dev rep, I tried to create 
some nodes manually (the /dev/hda* nodes, using mknode) 
but "grub-install /dev/hda" still fails with something 
like "can't access the root device" (/boot was mounted 
on /dev/hda2 before I chrooted). 
Has anybody had this problem before? What is the correct 
way to restore the content of /dev after a chroot?  
  
Thanks in advance,  
  
Hervé  
  
 

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