[DEPEND] Dependency failed for LSB: X Display Manager

Hi,

I’m using Suse 13.1 for months (as user). Today when booting everything looks ok except for:

[DEPEND] Dependency failed for Remote File Systems

[DEPEND] Dependency failed for LSB: X Display Manager

I only can reboot de computer. Some automatic upgrades where installed the last time I booted.

Any help will be really grateful!

Elena

Well, apparently you are trying to mount some network share (NFS?) in your fstab and this fails.
Remove that (or comment it out), and your system should boot to the graphical session.

Some automatic upgrades where installed the last time I booted.

Hm?
There are no “automatic upgrades” by default.

Anyway, there has been a systemd update to 210 (13.1 came with 208) recently. Apparently 210 is more “strict” in this regard, or maybe there was a bug in 208 that made your system boot by mistake and got fixed now.

If you really want to, you can downgrade systemd to 208, but I think it’s better to fix your actual problem.

Hello and welcome here.

Can you please explain when and where you exactly get those messages. We can not look over your shoulders. thus we depend complete on your description.

Hi I’m having the same issue, the message is received on boot and logged on boot.log, in my case I can’t use even the keyboard, I’m able to use the computer via ssh. I’m using OpenSuse 13.1. There is not Xorg. log (the last one is when I shutdown the computer). I was able to mount the failed file systems using mount -a

OK ] Started Load/Save RF Kill Switch Status of rfkill0.
OK ] Started Show Plymouth Boot Screen.
** TIME **] Timed out waiting for device dev-disk-by\x2did-scsi\x2d1JMicron_Generic_DB9876543212C\x2dpart1.device.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for /home/rsaucedomx/public_html/pcap.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for File System Check on /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-1JMicron_Generic_DB9876543212C-part1.
Starting File System Check on /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-1JMicron_Generic_DB9876543212C-part1…
OK ] Started File System Check on /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-1JMicron_Generic_DB9876543212C-part1.
OK ] Found device WDC_WD5000LPVX-75V0TT0 primary.
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OK ] Reached target Host and Network Name Lookups.
Starting The Apache Webserver…
Starting Fix against deadlock at shutdown…
Starting TeamViewer remote control daemon…
OK ] Started SuSEfirewall2 phase 2.
OK ] Started OpenSSH Daemon.
FAILED] Failed to mount /home/rsaucedomx/Documents/tickets/capture/R1LB1.
See “systemctl status home-rsaucedomx-Documents-tickets-capture-R1LB1.mount” for details.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for Remote File Systems.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for Postfix Mail Transport Agent.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for LSB: X Display Manager.
DEPEND] Dependency failed for LSB: Network time protocol daemon (ntpd).
FAILED] Failed to mount /home/rsaucedomx/Documents/tickets/capture/TSHLR2.
See “systemctl status home-rsaucedomx-Documents-tickets-capture-TSHLR2.mount” for details.
FAILED] Failed to mount /home/rsaucedomx/Documents/tickets/capture/TSHLR1.
See “systemctl status home-rsaucedomx-Documents-tickets-capture-TSHLR1.mount” for details.
FAILED] Failed to mount /home/rsaucedomx/Documents/tickets/capture/mera.
See “systemctl status home-rsaucedomx-Documents-tickets-capture-mera.mount” for details.
OK ] Started Fix against deadlock at shutdown.

There is a bug report here:
http://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=968042

The problem is probably NetworkManager IMHO. Try to switch to ifup, or maybe try to set an NM_ONLINE_TIMEOUT in /etc/sysconfig/network/config and make sure that NetworkManager-wait-online.service is enabled (but that’s pure guessing from my side).

Removing the “$remote_fs” from the “Required-Start” line in /etc/init.d/xdm should workaround the problem and make X start in any case I suppose.

You seem to have a problem with /dev/disk/by-id/scsi-1JMicron_Generic_DB9876543212C-part1 too though.

Hi,

I got the messages after booting GRUB2 and the Opensuse 13.1 option.
I can not use the keyboard. The only thing I can do is to reboot with Crt+Alt+Supr.
I have tried Advanced Options in GRUB2 with the same result.

Thanks,

Elena