Julian C. Dunn (julian.dunn(a)devlin.ca) said:
I just did a yum update, updating to initscripts 8.31.1-1 (among
things like a new kernel). When I rebooted, init complained that inittab
was missing, so I rebooted into rescue mode and found that there was
an /etc/inittab.rpmsave but no /etc/inittab. Has anyone else had this
I cannot reproduce this here. Moreover, I cannot see *how* this could
/etc/inittab is marked %config(noreplace) in both the old and new packages.
In the rpm handling code, this should *never* end up with: old file -> rpmsave,
no new file.
Also, I'm using a Thinkpad T42 (2378RAU) and the wireless card
as a weird device after boot:
dev8569 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0E:35:FC:39:23
Does anyone know why?
You have a wired ethernet that is configured to be eth0, and your wireless
module was loaded first, so it was moved out of the way.