Saturday, October 17, 2009

Can't invoke /etc/init, error 14

Solaris boots the kernel now. The next stop is booting /etc/init . With Solaris 2.6 I get

Can't invoke /etc/init, error 14

After searching the Net, I found that the error number is 2 if /sbin/init is missing, and 8 if /sbin/init has an incorrect executable format. But what is 14? Is this the errno 14, aka EFAULT? Is this a message from the init, or from the kernel?

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