From: Bogdan Agica (bogdan.agica_at_ines.ro)
Date: Sun 09 May 2004 - 18:02:33 BST
On Sat, 2004-05-08 at 03:56, Christian Jaeger wrote:
> I'm having a hard time trying to get gentoo to work as guest (on a
> debian host).
> Using "plain" init style makes much sense for me (same calling
> principle independent from distro, init can take care of process
> restarting, reboot works without -f flag), but it comes at a prize it
> seems: debugging looks extremely hard.
> Where you see the boot messages right onto the terminal when using
> the "normal" (='sysv'?) init style, they seem to vanish in nirvana
> with "plain" style.
> Gentoo somehow shuts itself down right after boot, or I don't know
> what happens, the effect is that it reboots every 8 seconds. It has
> not always been like that, the very first time it stayed up.
I managed to hack the Gentoo boot scripts to a usable state. I have
placed the archive of the init.d directory at
Note: The URL will be available 7 days from now on. Should anybody want
to place it somewhere else on the web, feel free to.
-- Kramer @iNES.Ro
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