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Hi, my fedora stucks at logo screen(not login).
it shows login and it is staying there for long time...

when i press Esc.
i can see

starting NFS statd: OK
stargin GNU cfengine environement history daemon : ok
startin mdmonitor (its stuck there)
what should i do to boot it properly>?
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Question by:aashee
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by:Bxoz
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Have you a raid configure on your system ?

if not try to disable the service : chkconfig mdmonitor
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by:aashee
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how can i disable this service ? do i need to boot it in single user mode to disable this service or ?
i don't have Raid configured. its a HP laptop 620
please help
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Bxoz earned 2000 total points
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to disable the service it's "chkconfig mdmonitor off"

to do that in grub try to change "rhgb quiet" by "init 1"
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by:aashee
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sorry i am not an expert user. please try to explain it to me step by step.
thanks in advance.
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by:aashee
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Everything is OK, but it stucks . what is the issues? it shows OK in front of everything.
when my fedora starts. it shows like this

Entering non-interactive startup
calling the system activity data collector(sadc):
checking fmor module nvidia.ko:
Enabling the nvidia driver : driver already enabled
bringing up loopback interface
bringing up inerface th0
determinging ip information for eth0 ..done
starting auditd
startin portreserve
starting system logger
starting cachefieldsd
enabling ondemand cpu frequency scaling
startin irqbalance
starting rpcbind
starting NFS statd:
stariting GNU cfengine environmental history daemon
starting mdmonitor
starting RPC idmapd
starting system message bus
starting Avahi daemon
starting cups
mounting NFS filesystem
starting acpi daemon
starting HAL daemon
Retrigger failed udev events
starting PC/Sc smart card daemon (pcsd):
loading autofs4:
starting automount
staerting sshd
starting ntpd
starting postfix
starting abrt daemon
starting ksm: /etc/rcs.d/s84ksm: line 44: /syss/kernel/mm/ksm/max_kernel_pages: No such fiel or directory
starting console mouse services
starting httpd
starting ksmtumed
starting crond
starting Munin Node
starting atd:
starting cfservd
starting libvirtd daemon
starting cfexecd
Registering binary handler for window applications OK
gb (here it stucks)
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