cannot boot beyond runlevel 1
michal at harddata.com
Sun Jan 2 22:25:37 UTC 2011
On Sun, Jan 02, 2011 at 04:53:49PM -0500, Felix Miata wrote:
> First error:
> bash: ./S50bluetooth: No such file or directory
symlink -d /etc/rc.d/rc?.d/
> There should be no bluetooth configured, as there is no such hardware on this
> 7 year old system.
You should have cleaned that up (as above).
You should also possibly do:
cd /etc/rc.d/init.d && \
for f in *; do /sbin/chkconfig $f resetpriorities; done
> Hmmm, no more errors through 99rc-local, and all exited.
So something else is blocking you although this looks somewhat
puzzling. Maybe systemd is indeed a culprit? Maybe something else?
Missing getty processes? You can try to use SysRq key (check Google
for docs if you do not know what I am talking about) but before
attempting that you need to set
kernel.sysrq = 1
in /etc/sysctl.conf before a boot attempt.
> Hmmm again. After some time:
> [900.089897] systemd: systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service: main process exited,
> code=exited, status=1 [900.094000] systemd: Unit
> systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service entered failed state.
and it should not really affect what you doing beyond making a noise.
> After running all that, runlevel still shows S. What did I miss?
That running various services does not change a boot level. Check
'man telinit' (and "SEE ALSO" section there).
> How & when do I get into interactive startup,
See the previous replies but remember to put "3" into a boot line
instead of "rhgb quiet".
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