Try to reboot with options: "- mount root=/dev/HARDDISK rw"
- = standard kernel
HARDDISK = hda1, hdb1, hda2, hdb2 (ide), sda1, sda2, sb1 etc etc
rw = read/write mode
Then your "/etc/fstab" should look like:
/dev/sda3 swap swap defaults 1 1
/dev/sda2 / ext2 defaults 1 1
none /proc proc defaults 1 1
Anyway, it worked for me to do it this way. Then, you'll see see the
message - after rebooting again - but you'll also see: "remounting root
read/write mode" or something like that (hey, I'm not a robot who knows
everything by heart!)
Good luck, hope this helps a bit.
>next, many messeges displayed, but it goes too fast, the last screen is:
>Initializing random number generatror ...
>/etc/rc.d/init/random: touch: command not found
>INIT: entering runlevel: 3
>starting gpm mouse service, /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S85GPM:
> basename: command not found
>/etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S85gpm: touch: command not found
>uname: error in loading shared libraries
>libdl.so.2: can't open shared objective file: no such file or directory.
>/etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S99local: read-only file system
>INIT: ld "1" respawning too fast, disabled for 5 minutes
>no more process left in this runlevel.
>after a long time, the last few lines repeats.
>What's going on? How to correct this problem? The Guide says I can login
>in single user mode (linux 1), but it is not explained explicitly.
> Thanks in advance.
> Fude Yao
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