Geez, am I embarassed. Turns out I was getting
Can't invoke /sbin/init, error 2
because I'd moved /sbin to an NFS-mounted filesystem when I got short
of space on the root partition. I didn't notice init in there when I
moved it, and I'd forgotten all about the move by the time the system
Anyway, I got a bunch of great advice on how to recover, which I'll
still summarize since it's generally useful knowledge. I just wanted
to post this to save a few folks replying unnecessarily.
Thanks again, people.
-- Dave Sill (firstname.lastname@example.org) Martin Marietta Energy Systems Workstation Support
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