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Re: How to boot single?

On Thu 06 Aug 1998, Dan Hugo wrote:
> So I would like to boot single user and disable smbd so it does not try
> to run, and go ahead and configure the rest of the network stuff that I
> forgot to do.
> When I attempt this:
> MILO> boot sda3:vmlinux.gz single
> with quotes around single and without, and various other attempts, I
> always get a kernel panic when it tries to mount the partitions after
> they have been located. 

... and normally you just enter "boot sda3:vmlinux.gz" and it does not
panic? That's strange... It works for me.
Adding "root=/dev/sda3 ro" doesn't help?

Paul Slootman
home: paul@wurtel.demon.nl | work: paul@murphy.nl
http://www.wurtel.demon.nl | Murphy Software, Enschede, the Netherlands

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