Andrew D Dixon <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm working my way through a peculiar install (the box is a briq from
> Total Impact http://www.totalimpact.com ). The box is booting over the
> network and I haven't been able to run dbootstrap.
> I've managed to
> activate and mount the swap partition and mount the root partition which
> lets me boot the box in single user mode.
You are booting the install system in single user mode? You are
forced to do this? Why?
> My problem is that I can't
> change to runlevel 2 or 3.
> When I turned debugging on in /etc/init.d/rc it would hang on
> #telinit 1
Uh, booting from the install system (stuff on root.bin), I've never
tried telinit. Let's just say that's "unsupported".
> as well. Anyway I was trying to find out what dbootstrap does to the
> init scripts.
Nothing, really. I mean, it does fudge around a bit with
/target/etc/inittab if that's what you mean?
> I can't find the source to dbootstrap and I was wondering
> if someone could point me to where it lives so that I could take a look
> at it.
It's in the boot-floppies package.
.....Adam Di Carlo....email@example.com.....<URL:http://www.onshored.com/>
- From: Andrew D Dixon <firstname.lastname@example.org>