Re: /etc/init.d/xfs from phase1-v16 hangs my system
On Mon, Aug 28, 2000 at 08:15:27AM -0500, Thomas E. Vaughan wrote:
> > Couldn't you boot to single user? On my setup, which I think is normal,
> > xfs doesn't start until runlevel 2...
> If a runlevel-2 script in /etc/init.d hangs on bootup, then what is the
> procedure for rebooting to single-user mode?
lilo: <linux-kernel-image> single
Eg. type "linux single" in the lilo:-prompt to boot into single-user
mode. (you may also use "<linux-kernel-image> 1")
Please notice that the default setup of LILO on a debian install has
lilo locked, meaning you're not able to type anything - you'll have to
use a boot floppy.