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Re: [vox-tech] boot problems



I fixed the problem... 

Here are the steps I took.

I pressed Shift "I" to enter interactive mode during the redhat boot process.
I did not allow the pcmcia module to load, but said yes to all the others.
  The machine booted.
I logged in as me and started X
I ran serviceconf and restarted the pcmcia module.
  It worked.

I rebooted just to make sure and the pcmcia module failed again.
I changed my boot user level from 5 to 3 and turned off the pcmcia module.

I rebooted and everything was fine.
I restart the pcmcia module manually now.

Thanks for all y our help.

-- Andy




On Fri, Sep 27, 2002 at 11:27:04AM -0700, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> andy,
> 
> did you try single user mode?   when i sent my reply, i assumed that was
> the first thing you tried.
> 
> begin andy wergedal <awerg@yahoo.com> 
> > I have waited but no time out.
> > I have removed all cards, and waited again but no timeout.
> > 
> > When I press ctl-atl-del it skips to the next few modules but then shutsdown and reboots (like it should).
> > 
> > -- Andy
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