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> Linux Wont Pass Bootup, Bootup problem
aromes
post Sep 18 2003, 11:49 AM
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I messed up with my system init files.
Now linux boot and jams at:
Init: Id 1: Id 1 respawning too fast --disabled for 5 mins
Init: Id 2: Id 2 respawning too fast --disabled for 5 mins
Init: Id 3: Id 3 respawning too fast --disabled for 5 mins
Init: Id 6: Id 6 respawning too fast --disabled for 5 mins
....no filesystems mounted.

And it would not pass that step.
I did access my system with "linux init=/bin/bash" but there`s
no way I can correct my system init files xuase they
are read-only, even after I tried "mount -wno remount /" or
"mount -wno remount /dev/hda1 /".
It wont even let me mount that way -> mount outputs
are "cannot mount filesystem"

Kernel 2.0.30 (Red Hat Linux 4.2)
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hughesjr
post Sep 18 2003, 12:09 PM
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I looked at my RH 5.2 boot disk and it has a rescue mode ... do you have a CD 1 of the install so you can boot in rescue mode?


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