Post-LFS Login Issue
maillist at hummelink.xs4all.nl
Sat Nov 1 16:21:27 PST 2003
On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 01:19, Michael Altizer wrote:
> Ronald Hummelink wrote:
> >On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 01:01, Michael Altizer wrote:
> >>I read the FAQ and could not find something relating to this, so either
> >>I missed it or it is uncommon.
> >>After installing LFS and rebooting the system, everything seems to go
> >>fine until it finishes the init scripts but does not prompt for a login,
> >>and instead just hangs until ctrl-alt-del. I can get a bash shell by
> >>passing init=/bin/bash, but I cannot remember how to have the system
> >>automatically prompt for a login (was it a service to be started?).
> >>This is what my rc3.d looks like:
> >>S10sysklogd S20network
> >>And my rcsysinit.d:
> >>S10swap S20mountproc S30checkfs S40mountfs S50cleanfs S60setclock
> >>S70loadkeys S80localnet
> >>Any help is appreciated.
> >Are you using devfs ?
> >if so you need to adjust device names in inittab.
> Yes, I'm using devfs, what should I change the device names to in inittab?
> On my host system /dev/ttyX points to /dev/vc/X, but the vc devices do
> not exist in LFS's dev directory (from MAKEDEV).
Don't use devfs, or read the devfs hint by Tushar.
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