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i manage to screw up alittle
i entered in /etc/fstab
mount /dev/fd0 msdos /mnt/floppy 2 2 or something
and now when i boot i get an error like this
The following file systems had an unexpected inconsistency:
msdos: /dev/fd0 (/mnt/floppy)
Unknown error; Help!
init: /bin/sh on /etc/rc terminated abnormally, going to single user mode
Enter full pathname of shell or return for /bin/sh::

and i can't edit the /etc/fstab cuz i get edit: not found same problem using vi and other editors

thx for any help
# 2  
What os?

Anyway, just try:
mount /usr
# 3  
it is freebsd 5.1
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okey mount /usr works i can now open edit, but not vi
and i can not save the new changes in etc/fstab
any ideas ?

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