I'm a newbie to the whole redhat/linux system, just using it at work, so please forgive my ignorance. Anyway, when going through the boot checklist, the OS keeps freezing at the "Starting crond" stage. At first I thought the glitch was something from the hard disk being nearly full(99%), but cutting that to 90 didn't resolve the issue. Also tried restarting the system from 4 different kernels, but that didn't fix anything either. To be honest, I don't know much more about the system than that. The only other notable error during the startup was a failure to mount the external hard drive, though I don't see how the two are related. If any of you veterans can figure out what's wrong with my system from my sparse ramblings, I would be most appreciative. I can probably add more information if it would help, I just don't want to post a whole bunch of potentially irrelevant material.