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hi while the system (redhat8) boots, the boot stop at line " bringing up interface ppp0" and it stops here, it does not go further. the system does not go the login screen. so i do not know how disable ppp0 or logging in? anyone knows. thanks...

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    hi

    while the system (redhat8) boots, the boot stop at line
    " bringing up interface ppp0" and it stops here, it does not go
    further. the system does not go the login screen. so i do not know how
    disable ppp0 or logging in? anyone knows.

    thanks
    gamalt Guest

  2. #2

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    gamalt wrote:
     

    Go to network configuration, turn off "enable at boot" for ppp0.

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    Paul Guest

  3. #3

    Default boot problem

    hi

    while the system (redhat8) boots, the boot stop at line
    " bringing up interface ppp0" and it stops here, it does not go
    further. the system does not go the login screen. so i do not know how
    disable ppp0 or logging in? anyone knows.

    thanks
    gamalt Guest

  4. #4

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    gamalt <com> wrote: 

    Sure. boot singleuser and remove refs to ppp0 and ppp from your
    startup sequence. Probably in sysconfig/network. repeat until done.


    Peter
    Peter Guest

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    "Peter T. Breuer" <it.uc3m.es> wrote in message news:<it.uc3m.es>... 
    >
    > Sure. boot singleuser and remove refs to ppp0 and ppp from your
    > startup sequence. Probably in sysconfig/network. repeat until done.
    >
    >
    > Peter[/ref]

    thanks for your reply howeve i want to ask you when you said remove
    reference is it mean that i delete the ppp0 and ppp files in
    sysconfig/network?
    gamalt Guest

  6. #6

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    gamalt <com> wrote: 
    > >
    > > Sure. boot singleuser and remove refs to ppp0 and ppp from your
    > > startup sequence. Probably in sysconfig/network. repeat until done.[/ref][/ref]
     

    Not necessarily. Up to you.

    Peter
    Peter Guest

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