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Re: sh: id: command not found



...
> . }
> . }The usual boot up and hardware detection stuff
> . }
> Partition Check:
>  hda: hda1 hda2
>  hdb: hdb1
> VFS: Mounted root (ext2 filesystem) read-only.
> sh: id: command not found
> sh: id: command not found
> sh: id: command not found
> [: too many arguments
> sh: id: command not found
> [root@(none) /]#
...

The 'id' command has nothing to do with it.  This is a mis-typed
/etc/inittab file, or perhaps /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit.  You are coming up
in single-user mode.  You never get to multi-user mode [runlevels 2 or
3], which is where you get file systems mounted, services running, etc.

In your /etc/inittab, the first line that is neither blank nor a comment
[starts with '#'] should be:

id:3:initdefault:

I suspect there is more than that in your /etc/inittab.

Joe Yao				jsdy tux org - Joseph S. D. Yao



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