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vnn
Hi,

My linux hangs after syslogd and klogd at boot...and there's NO log after klogd's start...that's in init2, I can boot fine in init1, what should I look for? I had bind, and it hanged at its start, I removed it, it was klogd and I reinstalled it, it's now bind again...

I looked at the logs from init1...and I saw nothing after the starts of syslogd and klogd. Even the kernel logging level 9 (with MagicKeys) has nothing for me... I tried my previous kernels, same thing

For a picture of the place where it hangs : http://picpaste.com/IMG_5143.JPG

I'm running on Debian Etch

Thanks for any suggestions or ideas...

~vn
vnn
solved, one of the ram sticks was bad and authdaemond's boot script was b0rked, fixed it and its fine...

QUOTE (vnn @ Dec 6 2007, 01:25 AM) *
Hi,

My linux hangs after syslogd and klogd at boot...and there's NO log after klogd's start...that's in init2, I can boot fine in init1, what should I look for? I had bind, and it hanged at its start, I removed it, it was klogd and I reinstalled it, it's now bind again...

I looked at the logs from init1...and I saw nothing after the starts of syslogd and klogd. Even the kernel logging level 9 (with MagicKeys) has nothing for me... I tried my previous kernels, same thing

For a picture of the place where it hangs : http://picpaste.com/IMG_5143.JPG

I'm running on Debian Etch

Thanks for any suggestions or ideas...

~vn
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