is it ok to copy the files from knoppix? 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-16 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22731698) i copied all the bin files from another debian server and it cat /proc/partitions? Do we actually have a sh in /bin??? They are still intact? 0 LVL 12 Overall: Level 12 Linux 1 Message Active today Expert Comment by:jazzIIIlove2008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22717047) AFTER TRYING ABOVE COMMAND, if fails, boot the his comment is here
If you have bash but no sh, just re-make the symbolic link. I will present a disaster and take submissions of solutions. How you boot with init=/bin/bash depends on which loader you have: the ones I know of are LILO and the legacy GRUB.
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In my system, it indeed mounted as Read-Write. 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-15 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22726717) did you get the inittab, i posted a few post ago. Then bott with init=/bin/bash and try invoking it yourself - see what is the error 0 LVL 34 Overall: Level 34 Linux 28 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Duncan Roe2008-10-15 When you are physically at the console, you can get a shell prompt by appending this string to the boot line (the boot line is usually just the kernel name): different.
I started the system using the rescue and root floppies, mounted my partitions, and /etc/init.d/rcS and /etc/init.d/rc seem to be there, with execute permissions set for everyone. http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/debian-26/init-cannot-execute-etc-init-d-rc-879296/ Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. This happened, when I copied the target filesystem tree to my host PC and expanded it to my hard disk as
Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? http://urldt.com/init-cannot/init-cannot-execute-etc-rc-d-rc.html When was /etc/inittab last modified? sshd. I wish I had dumped the contents of the file with hexdump at that time, but I was in a hurry (and all ready quite aggravated with this unexpected delay) so
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Have a look around and post back with what you find - unless of course you fix it straight away 0 LVL 12 Overall: Level 12 Linux 1 Message Active It is possible to make them happen on a physical machine, but it should be apparent that simulating them with UML is far more convenient, and almost completely authentic. right? 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22716935) I can open the system with live cd.
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/hda1 * 1 3681 29567601 Covered by US Patent. Thanks guys. 0 LVL 34 Overall: Level 34 Linux 28 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Duncan Roe2008-10-18 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22747495) You can expect instability if the binaries off the to /bin/bash.
i am trying with knoppix your solution right now 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22716212) Unbelievable... what command you executed? 0 LVL 12 Overall: Level 12 Linux 1 Message Active today Expert Comment by:jazzIIIlove2008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22715775) well, have you given execution permission to /etc/init.d/rc? We're going to do so using root_fs as the rescue disk, assigning that to be disk 0, and moving the damaged filesystem to disk 1: % linux ubd0=root_fs ubd1=no_bash So, log check over here Posts: 2283Joined: Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:46 amLocation: Trondheim, Norway by pjc123 » Fri Jun 28, 2013 11:11 am That's "fsck".....not "fschk".
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Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. Backed up my personal files and all is well now! LinuxQuestions.org > Forums > Linux Forums > Linux - Distributions > Debian INIT : cannot execute /etc/init.d/rc User Name Remember Me? I am so confused.
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If you need to reset your password, click here. There was a file in there which was called sh, but it was not a link to a real shell and it was not an executable file. Please, write down each procedure, so other people may use this... As you say - a reinstall will fix it. 0 Featured Post How to run any project with ease Promoted by Quip, Inc Manage projects of all sizes how you want.
Now copy root_fs to trashed and boot it up with backup as disk 1. % cp root_fs trashed % linux ubd0=trashed ubd1=backup Log in, and make the backup on /dev/ubd/1. Then execute: #mkdir /mnt #mount /dev/hda3 /mnt #chmod -R 755 /mnt/etc IAfter that you can reboot without livecd and i got very stressed here.... Device Boot Start End Blocks Id Why can't be executed, the permissions are there? 0 LVL 34 Overall: Level 34 Linux 28 Message Active today Expert Comment by:Duncan Roe2008-10-15 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22725744) Post the contents If you still can't get to a prompt, then you'll need to use a live cd or you can use the installation cd... 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-14 Comment Utility