/bin/sh can-t access tty; job control turned off
mlmarloth at gmail.com
Sat Jul 15 17:51:22 UTC 2006
Correct, it happens just before mounting nfs. The conf you are refering to,
is it the dhcpd.conf or lts.conf by any chance?
The thing that troubles me, is that it is random. Any machine at any given
time(mostly the majority), gives this problem?
On 7/15/06, Lucas Vogelsang <lucasvo at vincisolutions.ch> wrote:
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> Thinus Marloth wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have come accross this problem when booting clients, some work
> > others don't, though not client specific, totally random.
> > The client boots and all seems well untill this message appears:
> > "/bin/sh can-t access tty; job control turned off ".
> > Some times the clients work, other times not?!
> > Our server worked fine a few days ago, I have only installed a few
> > programmes and updated the system. Something might have gone wrong.
> > Anyoneone who can help me with this? School is starting on tuesday,
> > so it would be nice to have this system up and running by then.
> > Kind regards,
> > Thinus Marloth
> I wanted to say that I have/had the same problem as well. This happens
> before mounting nfs, doesn't it?
> Ogra: This was the issue I had shortly before dapper release, where
> you told me I am not using a standard conf so it's not your problem ;)
> regards, lucas
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