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Sun May 11 06:07:34 PDT 2003
pat bey <phaza7 at yahoo.com> writes:
> I Guess I should have mention that I tried rebooting, exit , and ^D. The only time I can get into multi-user mode is at boot time at the boot promt: load kernel.GENERIC # tried unload first but command wasn't recongized. But when reboot, shutdown the system or logout. Then whenever I log back in it automatically puts me back into single-user mode. The handbook offer the same suggestion that I repeatly tried. thanxs thou
Your /kernel doesn't boot. You know that. But that's what your
system is booting by default each time. Replace it with a *working*
kernel, and you'll be fine.
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