Whoops! After cleaning up some virtual machines, I went too aggressive on some normal machines and removed some necessary stuff. I think I’ll be able to fix this though, as I’m still able to issue commands via ssh.

I reinstalled and re-enabled udev but I was still having problems, so I did this:

ssh example.com "sudo bash -i"

echo "none /dev/pts devpts defaults 0 0" >> /etc/fstab

mount -a

Then I was able to login again.

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