—repeating the line in a seemingly endless loop, cycling from /dev/ttyv1 to /dev/ttyv7 without termination.
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..."can't exec getty '/usr/libexec/getty' for port /dev/ttyv[1–7]: No such file or directory"
However, entering a single-user boot, running fsck -p before executing mount -a to handle each and every partition present (per https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/cant ... ror.35402/), and then searching for the two files specified within /etc/ttys (https://docs.freebsd.org/en/books/handb ... erm-config) reveals that those complaints are warranted, as both, even /usr/local/bin/xdm, appear to be completely missing.
I thus ask whether this is an issue simply created by a flawed installation or whether it is one born of some deeper issue hidden in my machine. Additionally, I admit freely that I've very little experience with Unix-like operating systems, as such is comprised only of highly limited use of Linux, so I sincerely apologize if there exists a solution to this issue right underneath my nose.