Init Cannot Execute /sbin/sulogin
This is the old inittab Code: # /etc/inittab: init(8) configuration. # $Id: inittab,v 1.91 2002/01/25 13:35:21 miquels Exp $ # # (my hacks marked ###(rs)) # The default runlevel. When was /etc/inittab last modified? If it turns out you no longer have /bin/bash, there are other shells which might be there: /bin/ksh or possibly /bin/pdksh gives you the Korn shell which is a Bourne-like shell Picking 10 distinct words 'randomly' from List of unique words Possible repercussions from assault between coworkers outside the office Would we find alien music meaningful? my response
i am trying with knoppix your solution right now 0 Message Author Comment by:se_15812008-10-14 Comment Utility Permalink(# a22716212) Unbelievable... USA 2016 election demographic data How to delete the lines from a file that do not contain dot? A guy scammed me, but he gave me a bank account number & routing number. Wait, how about /home?
I will now make it so that script runs again (it makes use of a file as a flag. Offline #6 2004-09-21 11:34:24 hugelmopf Member Registered: 2004-08-06 Posts: 71 Re: INIT cannot execute "/sbin/agetty" Well, if I look at my Arch partition from Gentoo, the /arch/dev folder is empty, except a quick replacement of all the /lib/libnss* ... 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?
i believe the SD might become corrupted anytime soon... Offline #20 2005-03-03 12:58:28 hugelmopf Member Registered: 2004-08-06 Posts: 71 Re: INIT cannot execute "/sbin/agetty" That's good news for you :-) I wish I had a copy of my old fstab However, after previously running into a "depmod:: char-major-4 missing" error I also added the alias "alias::char-major-4 off" to the modules.conf file. see this i checked the permissions for /etc/init.d/rc.
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http://www.technocage.com/~caskey/do...inal-HOWTO.txt If the baud rate were wrong, I would expect that you would see just garbage from mgetty instead of the respawning error message. http://lfs-dev.linuxfromscratch.narkive.com/6IWLL1aT/cannot-execute-sbin-agetty-tty asked 26 days ago viewed 24 times Related 65What is the difference between reboot , init 6 and shutdown -r now?5Is it possible to execute a script as first at shutdown/reboot si::sysinit:/etc/init.d/rcS # What to do in single-user mode. ~~:S:wait:/sbin/sulogin # /etc/init.d executes the S and K scripts upon change # of runlevel. # # Runlevel 0 is halt. # Runlevel 1 Once selected, in the Boot Optionsbox type init=/bin/bashif you are using GRUB Boot loader This will launch you straight into a Bash shell prompt which comes up even before the Single
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it's just because your solution won't help me anymore. Offline #25 2007-08-27 20:04:29 ahaslam Member Registered: 2007-05-11 Posts: 119 Re: INIT cannot execute "/sbin/agetty" Sorry, it was actually xfs_check that I'd used, which I believe does more than 'nothing successfully' Knoppix doesn't load.
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The web page mentioned at http:#22726188 raises the huypothesis that perhaps shell scripts can't be executed because there is no /bin/bash, or maybe /bin/sh. Are there errors in it? No problem - I keep the entire Debian distribution on the Linux partition of my hard drive; this speeds up installations as well as making package searches a trivial task. If you have bash but no sh, just re-make the symbolic link.
Yours is stuck somewhere in /etc/rcS.d –mazianni Apr 2 '15 at 12:19 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote How can I disable these boot scripts directly from the SD 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. Why are wavelengths shorter than visible light neglected by new telescopes? his comment is here it gets to Probing SCSI...
First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. I'll see what I can do, but I promise nothing :?Hehe... Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? No updates or tinkering either, just hope it lasts Last edited by ahaslam (2007-09-01 19:16:00) Offline Pages: 1 Index »Applications & Desktop Environments »INIT cannot execute "/sbin/agetty" Board footer Jump to
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But a few updates:- I removed (pacman -R) initscripts-0.7-6 and added (pacman -A) initscripts-0.7.5, but nothing changed- I checked the file system, but everything seems alright: [email protected] / # fsck.ext3 can you run (by booting some other way) /sbin/fsck ? Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community.