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I am trying to install my os as :
ok>boot cdrom - install
but receiving the following :
"IDprom checksum error
/sbin/rcS /etc/vfstab cannot create
INIT:failed write utmpx enrty
INIT:single user mode
INIT:execle of /etc/sulogin failed
Enter run level"
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Can anyone help me with this error?
sudo yum install perl-Gtk2-WebKit
Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit, versionlock
Setting up Install Process
--> Running transaction check
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I am having trouble reading floppy and crom in single user mode.
running volcheck doesn't do anything
I am using Solaris -10 on Sun blade 150.
Has anybody seen this problem .. or do I have to manually mount the cdrom ...and floppy ???
thanks (2 Replies)
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How to diable the single user mode..
what i want is dat my users are unable to boot in single user mode via GRUB.. (1 Reply)
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Is there another way of switching to single user mode except by typing
/usr/sbin/shutdown 0 ???
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does anyone have a script that can check the contents of the /tmp directory and for example e-mail the directory content if anything other than session files are present?
Maybe there are better ways to monitor suspicous /tmp and /var/tmp activity, if so I'm listening :) (1 Reply)
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how do you boot into single user mode?
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