Re: system hangs during boot
"Andy ." <email@example.com> writes:
> I just installed Debian 2.1
> After it completed the 1st part of the install when it reboots to complete
> the process an install the packeges it seem to hang.
> The last message it says during the boot up process is...
> mounted local file systems...
> not mounted anything
> If I hit control-c I can get by it and then the next line that comes up says
> somthing about cleaning /tmp /var.....
> Also if once I'm logged in I attemp to shutdown or reboot is seem to hang
> here as well.
> Anybody know the answer to this one??
Hmm... you oughta go through your init scripts and even run them
manually one at a time. You can do '/etc/init.d/foo stop' for example
to simulate what happens when you run shutdown.
I don't think this is a boot-floppies problem seems it seems your
system is actually installed...
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>