Yep. And failing to start xfs has the same effect. Broken library
installations (such as missing/mangled /etc/ld.so.cache, also caused by
full / on boot; broken/mangled /etc/ld.so.conf) can also be a cause.
> Anyway, I was just stating that it could be caused by a
> misconfigured kernel.
Better check the easy answers first ;-)
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