Thanks again for your help. After routing around, I found some info
about an install bug for udev & Mandrake 10.1. I used MandrakeUpdate
to download the bugfix but for some reason udev was still not starting
from bootup. However, after a bit more searching I found some more
advice and running chkconfig -add udev resolved the problem. Thankfully
everything is working perfectly now. I really appreciate your help.
> Do you have udev installed? (my /etc/init.d/udev includes these links)
> I think Mandrake 10.1 is the first version with udev and if you
> upgrade from 10.0 you can get problems in this area (alternative being
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