I tried putting Linux CentOS in my spare computer to study the server, but it didn't work because the first boot stopped when the logo was displayed.When I looked it up and started in single mode, I found something that seemed to be an error code.I think it's stopped because of this.I'm a beginner at both Linux and servers, so I don't know if I can understand all the answers, but I would appreciate your help.
udev:worker unexpectedly returned with status 0x100 udev : worker  failed while handling '/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/host1/target1:0:0:0' udev : worker  unexpectedly returned with status 0x100 udev : worker  failed while handling '/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1f.2/host0/target1:0:0:0' udev : worker  unexpectedly returned with status 0x100 udev : worker  failed while handling '/devices/LNXSYSTM:00/LNXSYBUS:00/FUJ02E3:00' udev : worker  unexpectedly returned with status 0x100 udev : worker  failed while handling '/devices/LNXSYSTM:00/LNXSYBUS:00/PNP0A03:00'
My computer is Fujitsu's CE50Y9 and my CentOS version is 6.7.I downloaded iso from dvd1 and tried to install it by burning it to DVD-R with imgburn.linux centos
This is not a direct answer, but
It is recommended that you use virtual machine software such as VirtualBox to learn.
In today's world, there aren't many industries that have server OS in their hardware.
·Any small business that doesn't use cloud/rental server
·Infrastructure specialist engineer
·A typical development company's infrastructure specialization engineer
(Limited to handling on-premises requests from large enterprises in-house)
·Information system (like creating your own file server)
is limited to
Even in production, more than half have virtual machines (VMs) on the cloud, such as AWS and Azure.
In addition, it is common for local development environments to start VMs with VirtualBox and so on.
If it's a VM,
·Only PCs that start VM software are OK
·Use the shared folder function to move files between host guests
·Easy to create more than two devices and easy network learning
·If you don't understand the environment, you can destroy it and recreate it
·With Vagrant, you can create CentOS-installed VMs with one command in 2-3 minutes.
and so on, so why don't you try it?
The https://access.redhat.com/ja/node/1287783 commented by take88 has been modified with RHBA-2015:2654.
Why don't you try
log_buf_len=4M in the kernel boot option or install CentOS 6.9 with a fixed udev?
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