Thomas J. Baker wrote:
Yes, I did as well - I conjecture that the postinstall script of initscripts barfed, and thus the old inittab had been moved, but the new one not put into place. At least it isn't hard to fix *if* you know how to boot into single user mode from grub, remount root as read/write, and rename the file - in other words, a major disaster for a newbie, a minor hassle for an old pro.On Wed, 2006-03-15 at 10:18 -0500, Julian C. Dunn wrote: > I just did a yum update, updating to initscripts 8.31.1-1 (among other > things like a new kernel). When I rebooted, init complained that inittab > was missing, so I rebooted into rescue mode and found that there was > an /etc/inittab.rpmsave but no /etc/inittab. Has anyone else had this > problem?