I am running a current (as of 20-August-2007) fedora machine. it is an ibm
thinkpad T60p. I have been attempting to set up a bridge interface in order to
support kvm work. When I have the following files in my
/etc/swysconfig/network-scripts directory I do not get a graphical login. The
machine hangs up before then. I have to reboot the machine to run level 3 in
order to fix the problem.
# Intel Corporation 82573L Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Define 'hangs up'. With SysRq-P and SysRq-T traces. Other than X, what else is
different in runlevel 3 on your system?
Hangs up in that I see it get through all the the boot messages, it attempts to
switch to the login screen, and then I get a blank screen. No ability to enter
keyboard commands (e.g. I can not switch run levels, caps lock, nothing). The
following services are different between 3 and 5
NetworkManager is on
atieventsd is on
gpm is off
readahead_later is on
I have the following xintd services:
xinetd based services:
I will update the results of sysreport.
Created attachment 161966 [details]
output of sysreport
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