[CentOS] HAL Problems
christian at bolzchristian.de
Tue Sep 12 17:10:59 UTC 2006
Am Dienstag, den 12.09.2006, 08:16 -0700 schrieb Email Lists:
> -> Hi,
> -> since the last few days my system crashs at startup of gdm (on system
> -> boot).
> -> If I choose runlevel 2, the system doesn't crash. I found out, that HAL
> -> is
> -> the problem. After disabling hal (chkconfig haldaemon --off) no crashes
> -> appear.
> -> The system freezes completly so I can't look into the logfiles.
> -> I removed an reinstalled hal already, but nothing changed.
> -> I tried older kernels releases and nothing changed.
> -> Any help would be nice!
> -> Regards, Christian
> You may have a typo with the --off as I understand it
> One proper way to look at it is
> chkconfig --list | grep :on
> will show you everything that is on for all runlevels
> then you can
> chkconfig haldaemon off
> or if you want to turn all runlevels that are on, off then
> chkconfig --level 2345 haldaemon off
> this my help if you typo'd
> thanks and kind regards
you're absolutly right! It was a typo in my message. ;-)
> - rh
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