Re: How to get F17/F18 3.3+ kernels working

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Perhaps instead appending "audit=0" to the kernel cmdline would do the same?
Might be easier than using recovery/rescue mode.


Regards,


On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 3:01 PM, Jon Masters <jcm@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Folks,
>
> As those who follow me on the facegoogblogs will know, I've used the
> nuclear option to track down what's causing the problem with 3.3+. I'll
> spare you all the boring details (working on that) and just suggest that
> you want to disable auditd if you want your system to boot 3.3. You can
> either boot into rescue (which won't start auditd so you have a chance
> to do this even on a system already only having a 3.3 kernel) or you can
> boot an older kernel. Then just disable the auditd.service:
>
> systemctl disable auditd.service
>
> I'll get it working properly soon, auditing is important, yada yada...
>
> Jon.
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