init cannot execute /command/svscanboot
My login passwords quit working.
I rebooted my box running whitehat, now it will not boot up. I get an error
INIT: cannot execute /command/svscanboot
Also when I tried to go to the bios, there was a password on it, that I had not put on it. I have tried installing qmail a while back, but then decided not to go with qmail.
Everything I read on this errror leads me back to dameontools, which has something to do with the qmail.
Any ideas whether qmail did this or did I get hacked.
**Can someone please tell me how to get past this error**
Thanks for the help...pretty green on this whole linux thing....
Try bringing the system up with a rescue cd and removing the svscan line from /etc/inittab on the hard drive.
You can probably reset the BIOS password by clearing the CMOS memory. There is usually a jumper for this on the motherboard, check the manual for more details.
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