I had the Ubuntu runlevel unknown error, with services not started, on
my private server as well. Solution was similar to pumbaa, i.e.
quotaoff, removing aquota.user|group, quotacheck, and quotaon, then
reboot. On my server, this removed the quota settings.
Not sure what the reason is, but somehow a package upgrade made troubles
with quota, which then stucks the mounting of filesystems and thus the
Just so you are in the know when rebooting a machine and services don't
come up. You can manually invoke the bootup then with "sudo init 2", but
that doesn't start everything IMHO, so fixing the problem as outlined
above is helpful.
Platform the error was spotted on is Ubuntu 12.04.
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