removing startup from rc2.d
I am having a similar problem, there is a script in /etc/init.d that wants to run on boot up, but stalls and I cannot do anything. How do I;
"The easiest of which may be to boot off a CD, mount the drive, then remove the Sxxmysqld (or whatever it's called) from rc2.d (or whatever your default runlevel is), then boot off the hard drive."
What cd do I want to use and how do I mount the drive? I think I can figure out the removing part, but I have tried morphix and ubuntu to boot from, I am not able to mount the scsi drive I have. If you have a more step by step method, I would really appreciate it.
I am running linux 2.22 and this all happened after a power outage.