phaza7 at yahoo.com
Sat May 10 19:52:24 PDT 2003
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
Lowell Gilbert <freebsd-questions-local at be-well.no-ip.com> wrote:pat bey
> Yesterday I re-compiled my kernel, went into single-user mode and now I stuck in single user mode. how could I get into multi-user mode. FBSD 4.6
We can only guess, because you didn't say what happens when you *try*
to get out of multi-user mode. Normally, either "exit" or "reboot"
will be the way you get out of single-user mode.
If it keeps going into single-user mode on its own when you boot, then
you need to pay attention to *why* it's doing that, and solve the
problem. Needing an fsck is a common reason (see the handbook), but
there could be others.
If the new kernel is causing the problem itself, then boot the old
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