Telinit & init commands stop working following install on Fedora1
Hopefully you will find this message.
I agree this is not a path file problem, because other commands like reboot or exit function fine...it is something else.
Yes I log to X automatically, being a Windows weenie.
I am stumped as to why the kernel no longer recognizes these basic telinit commands, however.
I should be able to navigate to those directories and then type the command and it work, but Fedora now doesn't know what I mean.
I can live with the problem, at least until the next Nvidia driver arrives...but then what??? I have lost the ability to quickly go in and out of X without rebooting my system and making edits to config files, etc.
Just in case someone who knows the answer is reading this...
We ran the video driver installer on a new Fedora1 installation after first typing the command "export C=gcc32" so that the compile would pass the system sanity check.
Following the "successful" completion of the compile, Linux no longer knows the meaning of the root commands "telinit" & "init" as it should, even though the two files are sitting right there in the directory where they belong.