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Well finished the install and it seems that I messed something during the kernel compile. Needed support for /dev file system support (experimental) but the option wasn't there in the ...
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    Well finished the install and it seems that I messed something during the kernel compile.

    Needed support for /dev file system support (experimental) but the option wasn't there in the kernel options.

    So, time to start over I guess.

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    Actually you don't need this anymore. Well...it's actually deprecated. Just emerge udev && emerge unmerge devfsd from you chrooted env. and reboot to the kernel. That should do her.
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    Damn, think I just figured out what I did wrong.

    I did not do the following:

    Code:
    Code maturity level options --->
      [*] Prompt for development and/or incomplete code/drivers
    Off to compiling my kernel. Thanks for reading

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