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rc startup order is determined by rcorder, as you've already determined. This process for determining startup order is automatic, and the man page for rcorder is relatively self-explanatory, but you may will want to spend some time reviewing Practical rc.d scripting, and the rc man page before making any changes. In your particular case, you can tell ...


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After the rc.S, the init will run the rc.M if run level 2,3,4 or 5 and rc.K if run level 1... you can try to run in single (ie: runlevel 1) to see if it boots slackware 10.1 is old and might not be ready enough to run a 3.0 kernel... but you can try to debug it better, it might some missing feature on the kernel or some util that you needs update edit the ...



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