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Issue 30: console sometimes reads: root@(none):/#

Reported by Wolfgang Spraul, Jan 25, 2010

tested with 20100113 image

When booting finishes, the "Please press Enter to activate this 
console." message appears.

If you press 'enter' now, normally the prompt will come up as 
"root@BenNanoNote:/#".
But when you press 'enter' very fast (immediately!) after the 
"please press Enter" message is displayed, the prompt will 
come up as "root@(none):/#".

If that happens, after running the 'clear' command the prompt will 
switch back to "root@BenNanoNote:/#". Sometimes it may 
also stay as root@(none).

Comment 1 by Xiangfu Liu, Jan 25, 2010

yes. there is some script when openwrt init the system.
like IP address, Host name... I think it's normal. should confirm 
with Mirko Vogt or Openwrt guys.
Status: Started
Owner: xiangfu

Comment 2 by Wolfgang Spraul, Jan 28, 2010

added screenshot

Comment 3 by Xiangfu Liu, Mar 18, 2010

when openwrt boot. 
fist run "preinit" then goto normal boot.
the hostname is setup by "/etc/init.d/boot"

if we press enter before the system run "/etc/init.d/boot"
the hostname will dispaly "(none)"
Status: Fixed

Comment 4 by Xiangfu Liu, Mar 18, 2010

when openwrt boot. 
fist run "preinit" then goto normal boot.
the hostname is setup by "/etc/init.d/boot"

if we press enter before the system run "/etc/init.d/boot"
the hostname will dispaly "(none)"
Status: Fixed

Comment 5 by Xiangfu Liu, Mar 18, 2010

when openwrt boot. 
fist run "preinit" then goto normal boot.
the hostname is setup by "/etc/init.d/boot"

if we press enter before the system run "/etc/init.d/boot"
the hostname will dispaly "(none)"
Status: Fixed

Comment 6 by Xiangfu Liu, Mar 18, 2010

when openwrt boot. 
fist run "preinit" then goto normal boot.
the hostname is setup by "/etc/init.d/boot"

if we press enter before the system run "/etc/init.d/boot"
the hostname will dispaly "(none)"

Comment 7 by Xiangfu Liu, Mar 18, 2010

when openwrt boot. 
fist run "preinit" then goto normal boot.
the hostname is setup by "/etc/init.d/boot"

if we press enter before the system run "/etc/init.d/boot"
the hostname will dispaly "(none)"
Status: Fixed

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Created: 10 years 2 days ago by Wolfgang Spraul

Updated: 4 days 10 hours ago

Status: Fixed

Owner: Xiangfu Liu

Followed by: 2 persons

Labels:
Type:Defect
Priority:Medium



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