[lfs-support] shutting down systemd

Thef keo floflu19 at gmail.com
Mon May 30 13:35:55 PDT 2016

Le 30 mai 2016 21:33, "Thanos Baloukas" <baloukasthan at sch.gr> a écrit :
> On 30/05/2016 08:00 μμ, Thef keo wrote:
>> I agree with your answer :
>> "Maybe the problem is that you mixed instructions by the sysvinit and
>> systemd books."
>> I started with the SystemV LFS Book but it was a mistake. Then I
>> followed the SystemD LFS Book and I started again the whole Chapter 6.
>> There was little differences between systemv and systemd. With the
>> systemV, you install 3 additionnals packages : Sysklogd-1.5.1,
>> Sysvinit-2.88dsf, Eudev-3.1.5
>> And for systemd you need 2 more : Systemd-229, D-Bus-1.10.6
>> Like I said, I started again the whole Chapter 6 and so, I should not
>> have errors, but I have errors.
>> However, I removed all installed packages from the first installation.
>> And I never stoped dbus because it never worked. I tried to reinstall
>> dbus and systemd but without success.
>> What should I have to do now ?
> You keep top posting. You should write your reply after the mail
> you're replying to. I think systemd runs the scripts in /etc/init.d/
> trying to be compatible with sysvinit. So maybe what you have in there
> conflicts with some systemd units. Boot your host,
> rm -rf /mnt/lfs/etc/init.d/*
> and then try to boot LFS. Maybe others have something better to suggest.
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I ran the command but I always have the "Failed to talk to init daemon"
I didn't find anything on the Internet so I don't know how to solve my
problem yet.

Thanks for your help
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