startup problem: system boots, at at
Wed Sep 5 08:42:10 PDT 2007

>The problem I'm having is this: when the system hits sysklogd in what 
>appears to be runlevel 3 and runs "/etc/rc.d/init.d/sysklogd start", 
>the machine just sits there.  It's not locked up; it'll respond to 
><ctrl><alt><del> && the caps lock light still works on the keyboard.  
>I can't ^c out of the service though. 

Check everything pertaining to hostname & IP address, and who's supposed to handle the log.  It could be trying to contact a "logging host".

Paul Rogers  ( at
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