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Date:      Sat, 06 Jan 1996 16:00:04 -0800 (PST)
From:      JOHN <JSINNOTT@POMONA.EDU>
To:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   WHOA! - What did I do now??
Message-ID:  <01HZP1Y01ASY8WX47Y@POMONA.EDU>

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I just rebooted back into FreeBSD after using another operating system.
It booted fine, detecting all devices and going through the normal seequence
where the text is white.  Then when it normally starts the various daemons,
clears out /tmp directory, etc (when the text is grey) instead of the normal
sequence, it scrolled a lot of text saying something not found, expecting ")"
and does that for about 15-20 lines, then goes to the login prompt.
But, this is the login prompt I get:

FreeBSD (Amnesiac) 2.1.0-RELEASE ..

login:

Did I delete one of the system start up files from the /etc directory?
The equivalent of inittab maybe?

Thanks
John

PS - in case (Amnesiac) is NOT supposed to be there in these cases, that is not
my host name.






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