Disable network init on boot?

Tod Merley todbot88 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 5 18:14:14 UTC 2006


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> Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2006 14:47:26 +0100
> From: Toralf Lund <toralf at procaptura.com>
> Subject: Disable network init on boot?
> To: For users of Fedora Core releases <fedora-list at redhat.com>
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> I think maybe I knew how to do this once, but I never can remember the
> details of kernel arguments, and the docs/howtos are not of much
> assistance.
>
> Anyhow, I've installed a new driver for my (wireless) network, and it's
> not working very well - the system will lock up completely in the
> hardware init stage. As it happens, I think I know how to make things
> work, but before I can do that, I need to be able to start up the system
> in single user mode at least. So how exactly do I do that? How do I
> prevent the kernel from loading a certain module that modprobe.conf
> tells it to load? Can I disable a "device type" in the hardware init
> phase? And shouldn't there be as simple way to start up the system with
> the minimal config to allow access to the harddisk? Or is there one?
>
> And so on...
>
> - T
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FC4 Rescue CD
FC4 install CD using the rescue mode (see opening screen)
Any Live CD Distro (Ubuntu, for example, do a "sudo -s" from the terminal).
Editing the "Kernel" line in Grub adding a 1 may well not load the mods.

Most rescue modes have the HD mounted and vi works for an editor.

There is alaways:

mount -t ext3 /dev/hda1 /newMadeIDirectory

to mount an ext3 partition on hda1 on a directory you newly made with "mkdir
newMadeDirectory".

Have fun!

Tod

BTW - same boat - making a new kernel today probably.
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