> When I boot up linux, it says "INIT: no more processes left in this
> runlevel" and stops. What can I do?
Oops, that's bad!
Usually this means something is (badly?) screwed up with your system. Like missing
essential libraries, a corrupt /bin/bash, whatever.
The only way I can see to recover from this is to insert the emergency bootdisk you
were aksed to make during installation, and boot from floppy.
Then you can do things like
mount -t ext2 /dev/hda1 /mnt
(or wherever your mainlinux partition is), and then examine what is wrong with
Wish you luck!
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