Re: Installation problem
I found this message may be what I was looking for, but not sure. Will
this slow down the output to my screen during boot-up? I am having
trouble reading all that is being displayed, and cant get a complete log
of what is occuring at boot time. There is an error that I am concerned
about during boot, but cant get a chance to read it and its not showing
up in my /var/log/kern.log file or show up in dmesg. I also would like
to know if anyone knows of any high-end graphics editing programs that
are for linux. Thank you for any help offered.
Charles K. Rishel
> This indicates that the kernal is loading from your hard drive and
> begins execution. I'd start by booting from the rescue disk, mount
> the root partition, exit to shell and edit /target/etc/init.d/* adding
> an echo "Starting <filename>" at the beginning followed by a sleep 3
> so that you can see which of your init scripts are working and which
> is in progress when the system reboots. Also have a look at
> to see what your default run level is set to. This is set by a line
> like id:3:initdefault: near the top. You can put echos only in the
> appropriate init.d files by looking at /etc/rc3.d (for example)and
> see that S10sysklogd links to /etc/init.d/sysklogd, etc. Then let the
> list know what your results are and we'll proceed.
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