Debian needs ENTER to continue boot process
Rodrigo Hashimoto wrote :
> Just to complement,
> I must press the ENTER key for many times, or the POWER KEY only once,
> it worked as well but I pressed it only once and the boot continue fine.
> On Mon, 2009-03-02 at 20:26 -0300, Rodrigo Hashimoto wrote:
>> Hey there,
>> Something very weird is happening in my OS. I just compiled the kernel
>> 184.108.40.206 and to boot my machine I need to press ENTER many times
>> during the boot process. I've never seen anything similar to this issue.
>> It's like to run the command:
>> # cat /var/log/messages|less
>> Then you can press ENTER to see the next line, right ? So, that's it
>> what is happening during the boot process.
>> Does anyone have any idea ??
>> Thanks in advance.
I tried compiling this kernel (220.127.116.11) from kernel.org and no problem
here. Maybe something in your config, it looks like an "interactive boot
mode" or a debug option to me.
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