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Old 23rd May 2008, 08:13 PM
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[SOLVED] HALDAEMON get stuck

hi all

I had an issue regarding "haldaemon" getting stuck at startup and thus preventing the entire system to boot.

This is the trick I used to have a working FC9:

at grub menu hit e and add 2 (this will tell the kernel to boot on runlevel 2)

once at login prompt (no gui) login as root, run the command startx and you should see the GUI as expected.

now click system/administration/services and check for messagebus, if it is disabled then enable it.

logout, and from the prompt type reboot

you now should have a correctly working FC9

hope this help!!!


p.s: shouldn't "messagebus" be disabled, then disable SElinux, the other common problem which get haldaemon to get stuck is it...
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