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hi ,

when i logon to my system - linux redhat 9.0 installed,

it says - inital console not found

may i knw what could be the problem and hw it can be solved.

i booted the system with different runlevel .

iam using grub as boot loader

pls help me out

karthikeyA
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by:pakarthikeya
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Actual message is


" Unable to open Inital console " 
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Boot from a rescue disk. Mount your hardrive, change to the dev directory and run MAKEDEV  console.
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