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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"
Can you... (6 Replies)
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I am new on sun OS. I have have little experience on linux.
The Story start from this point:
I want to put some script on start-up the terminal, but I cant do that. my shell was sh and I tried so much to find way to do that. at last someone said to me change your shell to bash. I ask how... (4 Replies)
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Hi as per the article given.
Boot Linux Grub Into Single User Mode
I m modifying the boot entry
grub edit> kernel /vmlinuz-2.6.18-92.el5 ro root=/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 rhgb quiet Singleand then booting from it by pressing b.
However the machine is getting booted into runlevel 5.
if the... (2 Replies)
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hello ppl, someone must be able to help with this --> I have an old NCR tower 32 with an ADDS terminal running a unix version 020102 (Im not sure if thats correct but its unix for sure). I have no user names and no passwords and need to login to read a tape. Is there any way to do that? I hear... (3 Replies)
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How to enter single user mode when UNIX/LINUX system is starting? (1 Reply)
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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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Just got a solaris 8 blade 150 box with no users, only a root account. no one seems to know the password. I'd like to add one user. So I booted into single user mode via cdrom and added one. Can't seem to login using the new account, though. Here's what I'm using:
# useradd -d /tmp/"user" -m... (1 Reply)
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how do you boot into single user mode?
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why "vi" acts differently is single user mode?
Does anyone help ?
I am using "x" to delete and it keeps messing up.
Thanks (2 Replies)
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