[Clfs-support] Udevd[866]:init_udevd_socket : error getting socket: Function not implemented

wwh04660 at ucmo.edu wwh04660 at ucmo.edu
Sun Apr 6 09:51:27 PDT 2008

On Apr 5, 2008, at 7:43 AM, 杜晓光 wrote:

> hello everyone,
> I encountered this problem when I was booting my machine after  
> finishing chapter 7 of the clfs-book Version SVN-20080228-x86_64- 
> Multilib:
> Udevd [866]: init_udevd_socket : error getting socket: Function not  
> implemented
> Error initializing udevd socket
> Udevd[866]: main: error initializing udevd socket                    
> [failure]
> Performing Coldpluggin …
> Mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/ 
> dev/.udev’: read-olny file system       [ok]
> Mounting root file system in read- 
> only mode …                     [ok]
> Checking file system …
> Fsck.ext3: no such file or directory while trying to open /dev/sda3
> /dev/sda3:
> The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct ext2  
> filesystem. If the device is valid and it really contains an ext2  
> filesystem(and not swap or ufs or something else), then the  
> superblock is corrupt, and you might try running e2fsck with an  
> alternate superblock:
> E2fsck –b 8193 <device>
> Failure:
> File system errors were encountered that could not be fixed  
> automatically. This system can not continue to boot and will  
> therefore be halted until those errors are fixed manually by a  
> system administrator.
> After you press enter this system will be halted and powered off.
> However, when I booted up my machine with the LiveCD, I can  
> successfully mounted the /dev/sda3,using following command :  mount - 
> v /dev/sda3 /mnt/usb. it automatically recognized the ext3  
> filesystem and I could read and write its files in the /dev/sda3  
> also. So it seems that the /dev/sda3 doesnot have problem. I don't  
> know why the init_udevd_socket
> failed. I installed the CLFS-bootscripts-1.1-pre10 exactly according  
> to the book.
> Anyone can help me ?
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I removed unix domain sockets from my kernel and got the exact same  

You need unix domain sockets in your kernel.

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