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RE: Boot hangs at UDEV



I understand the curiosity and tried this before...but i get just the code for the
pressed keys, nothing else.

But even more curiosity: I downloaded the live-CD and installed it on the harddrive. the
following occured:

-> it was installed in few minutes
-> IT WORKS!!!!

So, what is the difference between the rescue CD and the live CD? I've also tried to go
to rescue-mode with the rescue-cd, but no rescue-filesystem was found on the
cd...strange, strange...

Roger
> Just out of curiosity...
>
> What happens if/when you do a ctrl-c(d) at the udev hanging step...
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
> [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Gilboa Davara
> Sent: Sunday, November 11, 2007 7:06 AM
> To: lists davey net au; For users of Fedora
> Subject: RE: Boot hangs at UDEV
>
>
> On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 19:20 +1030, John Arthur wrote:
>> >
>> > After having installed F8 last night, I finally got my reboot ;)
>> >
>> > surprise, surprise, everything booting, grub coming up, nash
>> > and so on, LVM recognizing partitions, next step would be
>> > starting UDEV...
>> >
>> > waiting, drinking coffee, no UDEV, waiting one hour
>> > patiently...still waiting.
>> >
>> > Finally i gave up last night.
>> >
>> > What can this be? Is this know?
>> >
>> > I use F8 on a HP Notebook XT1000, which was no problem with
>> > F7. Where do i have to search? Or is this a known issue?
>> >
>>
>> I have a similar problem with and Intel DG965WH motherboard with over 4G
>> ram.
>> Passing the boot parameter mem=4G fixes the problem, but now I'm not using
>> all my RAM.
>>
>> Regards John
>>
>>
>
> OT. Have you filed a bug report about it?
> Assuming that this is a kernel issue (and not a firmware issue) this
> should be fixes ASAP.
>
> - Gilboa
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