I'm on Ubuntu 9.04 and I've got the following problem:
The folder /tmp normally has a tmpfs mounted in it. On one machine, this isn't the case anymore. I don't know what happened to have it that way.
mount doesn't tell anything about this directory and it isn't a symlink neither.
Well I simply could remount some new ramdisk, sure. But I don't know the size etc.
Even on a fresh system, mount doesn't tell anything about /tmp
some friend told me to look at /etc/init.d/mountoverflowtmp, but when i try to launch this command with a "start" appended to it, I'll receive
test: 53: Illegal number: Verfügbar
(Verfügbar = Available)
EDIT: /etc/fstab on the "broken" machine doesn't contain anything about /tmp. Neither does it on a freshly installed system
Any idea is appreciated, regards