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Root User can't login once network cable is un plugged

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hi,
when i switch to single user mode in fedora. if network cable is plugged in. it loggs in. but if network cable is not plugged. it doesn't logs in .
please help
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Whats the exact error you get, when logging without network cable plugged? Let me know...
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by:aashee
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Hi Praveen,
it just keeps waiting. if i plug network cable back. it works fine. very strange and weired issue.
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i'll fix it by myself
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