>> You could also try just doing a telinit 3 or 1 in there,
>> poweroff, if you want to see whether quitting the GUI without going as
>> far as shutting down shows up where a problemm is.
> This is a neat diagnostic tool!
> When I do a teleinit 3 the first message is:
> PuteA login: FATAL: Error inserting acpi_cpufreq
From what I understand, this is nothing to worry about. It's
do something that it's not able to, and doesn't *have* to, and
> Then I get normal-looking service start-up lines (with an OK at
> of each) for pcmcia, irqbalance, lmsensors, and anacron. Then the
> system hangs.
Usually, the last thing you see is what you want to test out. Though I
doubt anacron is the problem, you could try individually starting and
stopping it. But a hang (or very long wait) at that point, or to do
with starting X could indicate a name resolution issue.
> Again, my specific problem occurs in logging off from KDE using
> The system hangs before the login screen comes up.
I fixed this by loading the second most recent kernel
(18.104.22.168.1369_FC4) instead of the most recent kernel
(2.6.14-1.1656_FC4) from the Grub menu. A lucky guess -- does anyone
have any idea as to why this worked? For example, what does the
difference between "1369_FC4" and "1656_FC4" mean in the name of a
I can only say to read the release notes for it. I don't know the
specific differences between them. I can say that I don't have problems
using Gnome with them. I don't have KDE on my system. You could try
seeing whether you get a hang if you were using Gnome instead of KDE (or
any other-than-KDE window manager), as a quick test.
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