Boy, am I havin' trouble!

Georg Wilckens durandal at
Sun Jun 4 23:51:58 PDT 2000

On Sun, Jun 04, 2000 at 04:45:09PM -0400, Tony Karakashian wrote:
> > This should not affect it. The kernel is booting, so that should be
> > allright. Hmm. Don't have any more good ideas. Please try passing
> > init=/bin/bash to the kernel at the LILO-prompt. Like:
> >
> > LILO: lfs init=/bin/bash
> >
> > See if this works. If it does, there must be some problem with
> > init. Try running init manually and see what happens.
> >
> Well, that didn't work either.  If I run init 1, it switches me to

What didn't work? You could not start /bin/bash this way? Maybe your
kernel is looking for the rootfs in the wrong place?

Georg Wilckens <durandal at>

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