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I get dumped to the command line when booting grafpup 2.00 in a frugal install. "xwin" gets x up and running ok. The last lines before it stops are:
Patch mode 38 to resolution 1280x800 complete
-sh: /etc/profile: line 184: syntax error near unexpected token 'fi'
-sh: /etc/profile: line 184:' fi'
Does anyone have any idea why this is happening?
Well, i've scrapped the frugal install after it failed with 3 different save files. each time it starts off ok but my the time I have added some settings and a couple of applications, e.g. open office, it all goes wrong again.
I have reinstalled as a type 2 which was fine after I corrected the resolution. Set up the wifi, added the open office dotpup and rebooted. No X . X starts and then exits and I cannot restart it by running xorgwizard/xwin. It just dumps me back to the command line. I have been running puppy and grafpup on this machine for 6 months now and never had this problem before.
Edit - the patch Nathan has just released seems to have fixed this.(See the grafpup news page)
Last edited by mike sumner; 06-17-2007 at 06:01 AM.
That line should only ever be active during the very first boot of the live cd, before a save file has been created. Otherwise the login manager is supposed to be started from /etc/inittab. I'm not sure why it would have remained uncommented in your case, but thingsshould get back to normal if you comment it out.
I definitely get the error Mike described, running as root with a frugal install, unless I uncomment that line, so I don't know what's going on. I'll have a look at /etc/inittab.
No - I am lost - it clearly has nothing to do with /etc/inittab, and whatever script comments out line 183 should actually comment out that whole if statement. Right? It seems right anyway. Can we please have a fix for whatever script does this please? (I intend to remaster with a whole bunch of fixes and some additional stuff)
BTW could it have something to do with the fact that I never boot from a live cd, I just do a manual frugal install? - I wouldn't have thought that would affect it though.
Last edited by disciplepup; 06-20-2007 at 05:27 PM.