Subject: Re: Can't log in after reboot
To: Miguel Mendez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Oliver Schweitzer <email@example.com>
Date: 12/08/2002 19:57:26
Miguel Mendez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > 1. I compiled a kernel. The kernel worked good.
> > 2. updated /usr/src from cvs
> Did you compile a new kernel *before* cvs? Then you're running new
> userland with an old kernel. That's probably the reason of the breakage.
I would be delighted if I could log into my system to compile the kernel again. I compiled and booted the kernel, then updated and build.sh.
> > 5. tried etcupdate (which didn't work out, but i ignored this (dumb?))
> etcupdate is very important as well, specially if you are updating from
> an older version.
I installed some hpcmips 1.6 distribution, and ran it quite well with all downloaded kernels I tried. I didn't attribute much to the fact that etcupdate balked at some of the earlier script lines because 1.6 did work.
> Also, did you carefully read the documentation before
> happily launching build.sh?
I had hoped that I read it carefully enough.
> > How can I fix my system?
> If you are still using an old kernel, compile a new one.