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Description of problem:
Normal boot to multiuser on Mac mini (ARCH=ppc) hangs at "Starting service rdisc... [FAILED]." Booting with "2.6.11-1.1275_F confirm" and saying '\r' [Y] to everthing except 'rdisc', works.
[Component chosen on basis of "rpm -qf /sbin/rdisc".]
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. boot to multiuser.
Actual Results: Hangs with VGA console showing last line of "Starting service rdisc... [FAILED]".
Expected Results: Proceed to display multiuser login.
Environment is ethernet IP4 behind Linksys 8 port switch behind Netgear ADSL
router/firewall DHCP server. Worked fine 4 days ago, even without disabling rdisc.
Do you really need rdisc as a service? I've created a bug when adding this
daemon on the list of services, it's was turned on by default. The problem is
that updating to newer iputils doesn't turn the daemon off, so if you don't need
router discovery service, turn it off by # chkconfig rdisc off or if you want to
help with fedora testing process, try reinstalling iputils. The daemon should
appear in the list, but turned off.
If you're using router discovery and it doesn't work, than this is another