On Monday 13 October 2008 09:31:50 Frédéric BOITEUX wrote: > Le dim 12 oct 2008 20:39:13 CEST, Joseph Rawson <firstname.lastname@example.org> a > > écrit : > > I have been using the net images a lot, and I have been experiencing > > intermittent problems when the ipconfig is being run. The init process > > always pauses at this point, often for a minute or so. I've noticed that > > if it pauses for longer than a couple of minutes, it will stay paused > > there forever. > > > > Using the debug option to the kernel makes matters even worse. While it > > puts more info into the live.log file, while booting, the debug > > information is hidden from the output, making debug less informative than > > having it off. In the circumstances where the init process stalls, the > > debug option is entirely useless (unless there's a way to invoke a shell > > at that point. I don't know how to do that). > > > > I'd like to be able to fix this problem. Can anybody tell me what to do > > about it? > > About the debug option, make sure you're using latest live-helper and > live-initramfs packages : the 'debug' behaviour has changed, and now > debug output is also sent to stdout (I use debug=whatyouwant as kernel > command line parameter, but I think 'debug' lonely should be enough). Just debug will send the output to the logfile only. I used debug=whatyouwant (literally :) ) and it went to stdout also. Thanks! :) > > About ipconfig, I'm experiencing the same problem : if it fails, you > can't do anything but reboot... I'm still trying to figure this part out. > > Fred. -- Thanks: Joseph Rawson
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