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September 24, 2011, 11:48:43 PM
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I can no longer boot my server up. I get the following issue:

Loading, please wait... Target filesystem doesn't have requested /sbin/init. /bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off

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and my system just sits there. It occured after I removed upstart apt-get remove upstart

and then rebooted because I always reboot the system after I run any apt-get command.

When I run the system in recovery mode I get a kernel panic.

Please help me,

macintosh264

I will give you 3 4 bitcoins if you can solve this. PLEASE HELP ME. PLEASE!!!!!! URGENT LEVEL 10
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September 25, 2011, 12:07:01 AM
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Oh, man, you really fucked up.  Here are the packages which depend on upstart, and which would have been removed accordingly when you removed it.

Code:
met% apt-cache rdepends upstart
upstart
Reverse Depends:
  usplash
  dbus
  ubuntu-mid-default-settings
  netscript-2.4-upstart
  molly-guard
  live-config-upstart
  bootchart
  ureadahead
  ubuntu-minimal
  sysvinit-utils
  mysql-server-5.1
  mountall
  initscripts
  initscripts
  friendly-recovery
  dbus
  avahi-daemon
met%

If I were in this situation, I would probably reinstall.  The alternative I would try first would be

1) Boot from a live CD

2) Mount the hard drive

3) chroot into the hard drive

4) apt-get install upstart and the above packages.

But it's not guaranteed to work without a lot more that 3 BTC of effort (or even 20 BTC, at least the way I figure my own time.)
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September 25, 2011, 01:00:07 AM
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Oh, man, you really fucked up.  Here are the packages which depend on upstart, and which would have been removed accordingly when you removed it.

Code:
met% apt-cache rdepends upstart
upstart
Reverse Depends:
  usplash
  dbus
  ubuntu-mid-default-settings
  netscript-2.4-upstart
  molly-guard
  live-config-upstart
  bootchart
  ureadahead
  ubuntu-minimal
  sysvinit-utils
  mysql-server-5.1
  mountall
  initscripts
  initscripts
  friendly-recovery
  dbus
  avahi-daemon
met%

If I were in this situation, I would probably reinstall.  The alternative I would try first would be

1) Boot from a live CD

2) Mount the hard drive

3) chroot into the hard drive

4) apt-get install upstart and the above packages.

But it's not guaranteed to work without a lot more that 3 BTC of effort (or even 20 BTC, at least the way I figure my own time.)
Well, I think I have found my solution on server fault, but this is my alternative. I have basically done exactly what you said, just one or two steps out of place. And I scp'd all my stuff to my personal computer. This is thread closed until further notice.
Anonymous
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September 25, 2011, 01:24:15 AM
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http://serverfault.com/questions/315201 ... ve-upstart

Got an excellent response, and we continued in chat.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/66220918
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