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Old 12-21-2003, 10:31 AM   #1
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going multiuser (2.6.0)

The boot process stalls at this point (going multiuser) and wont continue. I compiled the 2.6.0 kernel in a way I did before and that worked fine. I made a clean install of slack with the 2.4.23 kernel and want to install 2.6.0 before doing anything else. I have no clue why it stops booting. Is there something I really should compile and just forgotten about or could this mean just about anything? I have rebooted several times and it always stops at going multiuser.

Old 12-22-2003, 01:20 AM   #2
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Just a short message to stop you guys hurting your brain. Did another clean install, upgraded to 2.6.0 with no problems this time. No clue what it might have been but never mind: all working now!



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