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Comment 19 Harald Hoyer 2011-06-30 09:26:40 EDT (In reply to comment #18) > ODD! > > > /home/rudd-o@karen.dragonfear Ω: > find /*/systemd | grep remote-fs > /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/remote-fs.target > /lib/systemd/system/remote-fs.target > > Stopped LSB: Restore and store ALSA driver settings [�[1;32m OK �[0m] networking[1298]: Deconfiguring network interfaces...done. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. sultanofrum commented Jan 21, 2016 So I uninstalled the AUR version of ldm, built and installed ldm from github, rebooted, and tried again. have a peek here

As I said, I've had this working fine under several Ubuntu installations. … On Sunday, January 24, 2016, Brian Goff ***@***.***> wrote: Closed #19625 <#19625>. — Reply to this email directly Started FUSE Control File System [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Started udev Kernel Device Manager [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Starting LSB: Set pr[ 4.993624] udevd[225]: starting version 175 eliminary keymap... cpuguy83 commented Jan 26, 2016 What are the MountFlags set to in your unit file for Docker? kayrus commented Oct 6, 2015 Have just upgraded CoreOS form 723.3.0 to 815.0.0: CoreOS alpha (815.0.0) Failed Units: 1 initrd-setup-root.service localhost ~ # systemctl status -l initrd-setup-root.service ● initrd-setup-root.service Loaded: not-found

Even after I've gotten my VM to boot on systemd, its not useable. Started Bonescript autorun [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Starting WPA supplicant... ldm owner LemonBoy commented Jan 28, 2016 Interesting. But I do describe how you can do this in docker-engine in my blog.

Starting Lock Directory... Maybe it will replace sysvinit but I have my doubts, I mean there have been other implementations before and non of those have actually been able to replace sysvinit. CIFS shares that are in fstab don't get mounted on boot, but "mount -a" gets them mounted fine. Detected architecture 'x86-64'.

Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. Stopped LSB: Regular background program processing daemon [�[1;32m OK �[0m] apache2[1159]: Stopping web server: apache2 ... Checking if uenvcmd is set ... https://readthefuckingmanual.net/error/4829/ This may eventually be a "drop-in" replacement for sysvinit, but not yet.

systemd-fsck[208]: rootfs: clean, 150394/469168 files, 784886/1930752 blocks Started File System Check on Root Device [�[1;32m OK �[0m] hdparm[231]: Setting parameters of disc: (none). At this point, the repo probably needs to be nuked and reinitialized. Starting udev Coldplug all Devices... Since our init scripts are built on top of sysv, we might be able to use it without too much trouble.

Starting /etc/rc.local Compatibility... https://github.com/docker/docker/issues/19625 Iam not interested in maintaining such a beast. I'm stumped. Anyway, looking at the commit log it now seems like systemd has support for archlinux.

Perhaps it's a standard of doing that, but I always found it a bit odd. navigate here waiting . cpuguy83 reopened this Jan 26, 2016 cpuguy83 added the kind/docs label Jan 26, 2016 cpuguy83 referenced this issue Jan 26, 2016 Merged Add note about mount propagation on systemd #19745 thaJeztah LogLevel=debug LogTarget=console LogColor=yes LogLocation=yes And just for the record, here is my final dockerlocal.te: $ cat dockerlocal.te | grep -v '^#!!!!' module dockerlocal 1.0; require { type svirt_sandbox_file_t; type tmpfs_t; type

Stopped Avahi mDNS/DNS-SD Stack [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Stopped LSB: SANE network scanner server [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Stopped LSB: Advanced IEEE 802.11 management daemon [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Stopped Console Manager [�[1;32m OK Started ifup for usb0 [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Started LSB: Log file handling to be done during bootup. [�[1;32m OK �[0m] apache2[508]: Starting web server: apache2apache2: apr_sockaddr_info_get() failed for yoder-debian-bone Started Authenticate Please read this important information about creating issues. Check This Out Error added: 2013-02-06T04:08:21Z 0 people waiting for the answer... 0 answers found.

Offline #12 2010-05-05 23:02:56 dieghen89 Member From: Italy Registered: 2009-06-24 Posts: 134 Re: systemd: Yet Another Init Replacement I've recompiled the stock kernel (2.6.32.2-2 i686) with DEVTMPFS, I've uploaded it HERE Repeat the commands above until no new "avc" warnings in output of "journalctl" in the host OS. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox.

I welcome anyone who wants to spend a few hours reading up on doc and contributing.Last I checked, systemd had some boot time issues on Arch as well which I haven't

Besides, it doesn't fit to well into the UNIX Philosophy of having one program that does one thing well, but I guess that is just my opinion... done, booting the kernel. [ 0.372393] omap2_mbox_probe: platform not supported [ 0.527193] tps65217-bl tps65217-bl: no platform data provided [ 0.591002] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: slot #0: No cape found [ 0.628110] bone-capemgr bone_capemgr.9: nonamethanks commented May 19, 2016 • edited @LemonBoy I have this exact same problem and the debug branch doesn't help, the results are the same. Started Journal Service [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Starting Remount API VFS...

It should not be an error and the cause of the failure yousee.Kay--To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-hotplug" inthe body of a message to ***@vger.kernel.orgMore majordomo info ldm owner LemonBoy commented Jan 27, 2016 The other user who had similar problems confirmed the latest commits (and the latest release) fixes them, would you mind trying it out ? Starting Yoder's boneServer Demo... this contact form Yoder Up to this point we've always booted the Beagle into Linux and worked from there.

busy or already mounted errors on boot 2. Unmounting file systems. Stopped LSB: Light Display Manager [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Stopped Cloud9 IDE [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Stopping ACPI event daemon... Feb 22 16:36:21 user-lappy ldm[608]: Mount helper returned code 0 Feb 22 16:36:21 user-lappy ntfs-3g[5907]: Version 2015.3.14 external FUSE 29 Feb 22 16:36:21 user-lappy ntfs-3g[5907]: Mounted /dev/sdb1 (Read-Write, label "user-backup", NTFS

Stopped LSB: Raise network interfaces. [�[1;32m OK �[0m] Starting Notify Audit System and Update UTMP about System Shutdown... Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 2,943 Star 36,630 Fork 10,802 docker/docker Code Issues 1,739 Pull requests 152 Projects Actually, what seems to happen is that ldm unmounts the drive and then immediately remounts it again. lox commented Jan 26, 2016 Of course it works just fine when I build a binary from master.

Dieken commented Dec 22, 2015 I got systemd-219 successfully ran in Docker-1.8 container with SELinux enforcement. Stopping LSB: Start daemon at boot time... Then is absence of ipv6 the issue? (Or why isn'tsystemd 183 telling me why it's refusing to start normally?)One thing I noted was that the broken "could not find module byname"