SCSI Hardware problem?
glenn at antimatter.net
Thu Jan 6 14:35:23 PST 2005
At 02:30 PM 1/6/2005, Jorn Argelo wrote:
> > Oh, one other question ...
> > I'm used to runlevels on Linux. When I reset this machine, I'm
> > presented with the prompt asking me for the default shell (/bin/sh).
> > I hit enter, and I'm in sh where I can fsck the other drives and
> > mount them. Cool. But ....once I have done that, how do I tell BSD
> > to basically "continue" where it left off (i.e. run /etc/netstart
> > sshd, httpd, psqld, zope, etc) without manually invoking each of
> > those items?
>I assume you boot in single user mode. I would just reboot the machine again
>and boot normally (multi-user mode) after you're finished with fsck and stuff.
Or you could just exit the shell and the system will continue to boot into
> > Thanks in advance.
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