justiceisblind View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by justiceisblind 03-05-2002, 05:11 AM #5 Mik Senior Member Contributing Member Registered: Dec If you have a disaster that you'd like featured, submit it, along with a proposed solution, if you have one. Are there errors in it? check if there are syntactic errors? > > Not really. http://urldt.com/init-cannot/init-cannot-execute-etc-rc-d-rc.html
http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/114/troubleshoot-scsi-devices-with-probe-scsi-all/ 0 LVL 12 Overall: Level 12 Linux 1 Message Active today Expert Comment by:jazzIIIlove2008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22716339) and please check for this too: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Linux/Setup/Q_21746716.html 0 Message Author Copyright © 2012 TextNData.com. 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 I opened it in KDE's advanced editor, scrolled down to the bottom of the file and saved it again, and when I rebooted i didn't get the error.
taz.devil View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by taz.devil 03-05-2002, 05:23 PM #7 justiceisblind Member Registered: Jan 2002 Location: Stevens As you say - a reinstall will fix it. 0 Featured Post Enabling OSINT in Activity Based Intelligence Promoted by Recorded Future Activity based intelligence (ABI) requires access to all available cat /proc/partitions? If this happens, you may have to edit the file from a # boot disk) # # . /etc/rc.d/rc.serial # Carry an entropy pool between reboots to improve randomness. # Load
You can ensure that you are prepared for them by making them happen and figuring out how to fix them. CONTINUE READING Join & Write a Comment Already a member? This is going to" echo "cause serious problems." echo echo "If you're using the UMSDOS filesystem, you **MUST** mount the root partition" echo "read-write! Still getting the same error when booting.
What is the meaning of \meaning? eata.o and it stops. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=48428&p=378489 Is it an executable program or shell, or is it a directory?
You > have to know the > syntax. > > > If there were syntactic errors, would that cause > the > > kernel to tell me it can't execute > ksandre View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by ksandre Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Search this Thread Advanced Looking at the target's /etc/init.d dir all files were ‘-rwxr-xr-x', but they did not belong to root:root but to
how do I do that? read the full info here Could you right the exact error on the screen (if you write, please rewrite, i am lost here) and follow this, its first page is taking backup, second page may resemble Not running hwclock." # Set the system time from the hardware clock using hwclock elif [ -x /sbin/hwclock ]; then echo "Setting system time from hardware clock." if [ -e /etc/hardwareclock i.e.
Click on the UK / US composite flag. http://urldt.com/init-cannot/init-cannot-execute-etc-init-d-rcs.html Then: check this: http://www.linuxmint.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=17453 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-15 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22724325) i created a rc file from your link and i got the same error. Does anyone else have a suggestion on how I could get the system to boot normally without reinstalling bash? A big help follows: INIT: Cannot execute "/etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit" Now I gotta go rescue linux again... __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!?
From there you can swap over > >>your working and > >>non-working /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit (which would now > be > >> > >>/mnt/sysimaage/etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit). > >> > >>Hope this helps > >> > I looked at what you have pretty closely, and it seems to match mine, but it wouldn't hurt to obtain the package and reinstall that script, I guess. For filesystem checking to work properly, your system must initially mount the root partition as read only. weblink This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
I'm getting this error when I boot into linux: INIT: cannot execute "/etc/rc.d/rc.S The system then proceeds to boot, but when I try to login, I get an error that my Do you have data or files on it you can't afford to lose? echo "`/bin/uname -a | /bin/cut -d\ -f1,3`." > /etc/motd # Configure ISA Plug-and-Play devices: if [ -r /etc/isapnp.conf ]; then if [ -x /sbin/isapnp ]; then /sbin/isapnp /etc/isapnp.conf fi fi #
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[ 8.083514] Looking up port of RPC Do humans have an ethical obligation to prevent animal on animal violence? The first line >of /etc/init.d/rcS may be the shell name, e.g. > >#!/bin/sh > >so you then need to check that /bin/sh is there and executable. > >Regards, > >In message Now, you can check that it is fixed by halting UML and booting it on "trashed" again and seeing that it's fine.
We're going to simulate booting from a rescue disk. Here's the contents of the rc.S file #!/bin/sh # # /etc/rc.d/rc.S: System initialization script. # # Mostly written by: Patrick J. If this is a relatively new installation, or a test install, your fastest fix may be to blow it away and recreate it. Now, it's time to fix it back up.