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kmsalex 06-04-2012 12:42 AM

Puppy install boot fails
 
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After doing the full install of puppy 5.3 and rebooting the process halts with

Quote:

init: must be run as PID 1
Ideas??

kmsalex 06-06-2012 06:24 PM

bump

jefro 06-06-2012 07:17 PM

Guess what happens when you do a thing like bump?

Nobody looks at it usually since they think it is being answered.

I'd suspect some data issue either bad download or install or such.

kmsalex 06-06-2012 08:21 PM

It will have been 3 days since posting in a few hours, oh please do forgive me for my abuse of the forum system sir!

Perchance do you (or any around hear) have a more in-debth idea of what might be wrong? and if there is simply a common i can use to correct the error?

EDIT: I can cntl+alt into a tty... but don't know the log in credentials.

jefro 06-06-2012 08:35 PM

Not abuse.

Might be that the post is better suited for some other place. Unfortunately distro specific posts tend to get lost. I only see them when I use a special search.

Tell you what. Make a new post on this in general forums and post a link to this to ask a mod to delete this one. The general forum would give you a better chance.

kmsalex 06-07-2012 08:35 PM

Thanks, but i think i'm gonna hold off on puppy all together and see if i can't get lubuntu 10.04 running on this machine.

Mods can close this if they like, i'll create a new post in the main forum if needed.

Karl Godt 06-08-2012 08:40 AM

Init must run as PID 1 can mean another process is using PID 1 .

Possible : you booted with initrd.gz but Puppy Linux does not need initrd.gz (anymore) in PUPMODE=2 Full install to HDD .

The initrd.gz has code to switch to console mode which would /bin/sh make PID 1 .

The /sbin/init launches /bin/busybox init if no fsckme file detected .

Since i am working on /sbin/init

ADVANCED pup-5xx /sbin/init

This is the only possibility i could think of.

kmsalex 06-10-2012 12:37 AM

Thanks for your effort but I've now got lubuntu 10.04 up and running on it... mostly with out flaw (and only sucking 60mb of ram at desktop :) ) now i just need to get it to detect the 3com network card.

I want to make it into a home dns server so kind of need that XP


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