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Old 2nd May 2009, 05:06 AM
sethale Offline
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Can't get past runlevel 1

After running a full yum-update last night, I can't get past runlevel 1 anymore, it just hangs in the boot process never completing or erroring.

When I boot into runlevel 1 then try to init or telinit to runlevel 2-5 it begins the process then alerts the notice below:

init: rcS-sulogin main process (pid#) killed by KILL signal

and begins an endless cycle of:

init: tty<#> main process (pid#) terminated with status 1
init: tty<#> main process ended, respawning

I'm not entirely sure of where to troubleshoot this one as all the appropriate /etc/event.d/ and inittab files appear in place and uncorrupted. Any thoughts?

past, runlevel

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