-current boot bring to db> prompt
keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Fri Jun 11 08:01:14 GMT 2004
On 2004-06-11 06:41, pirat <pirat at access.inet.co.th> wrote:
>On Thursday, 10 June 2004 at 21:49:01 +0700, pirat wrote:
>> i boot my inspiron 1100 box but it stop at
>> and i can not get out of there. what i did were that i copied
>> ltmdm.ko from other machine to inspiron at /boot/kernel/ and add
>> at /boot/load.conf
>> i just wanted to remove either ltmdm.ko from /boot/kernel/
>> or ltmdm_load="YES" from /boot/load.conf
> sorry for the noises.
> i boot once again and go to loader prompt and then
> load /boot/kernel/kernel
> now that i can get rid of that harm ltmdm.ko
> once again apologize me for disturbing the lists
There's, really, no need to apologise.
The answer you posted, the solution to a problem more common than you
probably think it is (preloading or unloading modules at boot time), is
very probably going to be interesting for a lot of people.
Agreed, this has already been mentioned in past posts which live in the
the archives now, but you get extra karma points for discovering the
solution yourself *and* posting it as a followup.
Thanks, that was cool :)
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