This is weird.
just tried dropping to the OBP with init 0
then gone for
I've now got a constantly scrolling console that says something like
Requesting System Maintenance mode
Console Login Services () cannot run
svc.startd: could not exec() sulogin: No such file or directory
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Originally Posted by CarloM
But no-one has said you should use init 5...
Is that helpful? Jim said init 0 was power the box off (which it isn't) I was merely correcting him saying init 5 is power the box off. It's got nothing to do with my issue.
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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