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Re: Real Time Clock won't boot



On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 10:11:02 -0800, 
Michael West <web@mitzit.net> wrote in message 
<20040215181102.GA1242@quag>:

>      When I compile the Real Time Clock into my kernel I cannot
>      complete the boot process and login.  This is true in single user
>      mode. Strangly, most of the boot process completes.  The hang
>      appears to be in the
>      /etc/rcS.d scripts.  The last message to the screen is "WARNING:
>      no network interfaces found" which is what I get when mounting
>      samba shares I am mounting at boot.  I can't believe the RTC
>      would break Samba, and I get that message with every successful
>      boot as well.
> 
>      What can I try next?  Where should I look to fix this?

..http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Remote-Serial-Console-HOWTO/

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