to boot lfs with runlevel-1?
somez72 at chollian.net
Thu Oct 17 06:57:39 PDT 2002
I installed LFS 3.3 version.
I think It's working well run-level 3.
I'd like to run my LFS machine in run-level 1.
but when I run it in run-level 1, I always met following message. even
if I checked file system via fsck, e2fsck.
Checking files systems...
/dev/hda3 : clean, 26196/193152 files, 159927/385560 blocks.
Creating new /var/run/utmp...
Removing possible /etc/nologin /fastboot and /forcefsck...
Real Time Clock Driver v1.10e
insmod : Note: /etc/modules.conf is more recent than
Bring up the loopback interface...
Setting hostname to lfs
INIT: Entering runlevel : 1
Give root password for maintenance
(or type Control-D for for normal startup ):
maybe I'm sure my LFS partion didn't crashed. file systems is correct.
when I use fsck or e2fsck, I didn't get any error messages.
whenever I input Control-D, "Give root password for maintenace (or type
contrl_D for normal startup )" message displayed again on my console.
How can I solve this problem? is it possible to get rid of this message?
Thanks a lot.
Have a day.
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