Am 14.05.2011 16:09, schrieb Hartmut Figge:
> Florian Philipp:
>> Am 14.05.2011 07:39, schrieb Hartmut Figge:
>>> i am always booting to a console and switch later to X using startx. Now
>>> i have noticed a message appearing after typing the password:
>>> i5 login: ********
>>> Last login: Sat May 14 06:58:55 CEST 2011 on tty1
>>> * WARNING: you are stopping a boot service
>> I guess there is something odd either in
>> - /etc/pam.d
>> - /etc/profile*
>> - /etc/bash/bashrc
>> - ~/.bashrc
>> - ~/.bash_profile
>>> Same thing happens after switching from X to a console with e.g.
>>> ctrl-altl-F2. Hm?
>> Do you mean, every time you switch? Even if you do not log in?
> Only after typing the password during login on a console. But that is
> solved now thanks to your hint.
> In the past there must have been a reason why i had added these lines to
> my ~/.bashrc which i have now commented out:
> ----- .bashrc -----
> #if [ $TERM = "linux" ]
> # sudo /etc/init.d/consolefont restart > /dev/null
Glad I could help. It could have been worse, though. I once had a user
who wrote `exit 0` at the end of his ~/.bashrc file in order to
"properly finish that script". It took a while to figure out why he
couldn't log in. ;-)