I'm having a problem loading gnome desktopWhen i type init 5 i get the following error*******************************A problem occurred while reading the file /etc/prosody/pr... [by jeff-405]
I have this problem with start CrunchBang Linux 11 "Waldorf"after installation and upgrade distroon Lenovo T430sbin/init: error while loading shared libraries: libeselinux shared object file:...[3.967627] kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init*...[3.967693] Pid:1, comm: init Not tainted 3.2.0..If it possible to send photo it's best.I thank a lot all for helping to restar
I was advised to post here to ask hroark13 about my 2nd init issues by Shabbypenguin :)
Me and Junkie2100 have been trying to work on porting 2nd init to the LG L70 and we have made some progress but not much. I have already built CWM for this device thanks to Junkie2100 teaching me but I cant test it without 2nd init due to the locked bootloader.
After reading this answer, I thought it would be funny to roll my own init on Python, so I wrote this in /init-python.
# Make / writable!
subprocess.call(['/bin/mount', '-o', 'rw,remount', '/'])
# Became IPython (Now we're at it, get a good shell!)
Then added init=/init-python to the linux line in GRUB config
I'm trying to understand the init/boot process. My system is LMDE, so I presume it will be pretty much standard Debian in that regard. I believe I more or less understand the basics of the init scripts, /etc/init.d/, /etc/defaults/ and so on, but there's this strange use of /lib/init/ for a few of the scripts that look to me like they should be in /etc/init.d/ with all the rest.