You should be able to comment it out of the startup scripts in rc..
"Bill Mar" <bmariglou.com> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 20 Jun 2003 23:39:28 +1000, peter
> <peter>> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I am using debian, and just installed caudium, after i restart my linux,
> > it shops after caudium starts, and waiting forever.... now,i can't go to
> > debian anymore, and i don't have a linux bootdisk, is there anyway to
> > stop this software running. Caudium is the first service starts to run
> > after init, so that i can't telnet or ssh into my linux. Any ideas for
> > fixing it? thanks:)
> >
> > John
> >
> Do you have the Debian install cd-roms? You can use one of those as
> a boot disk.
> Can you get to the boot prompt? (press shift when the letters LILO
> appear, if lilo is your boot loader; I don't know about grub.) At the
boot
> prompt, try typing "linux single" or "linux init=/bin/sh".
>
>
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