MagicQ Console Boot errors - waiting for nfsd and Kernel Recovery
51.4.2 Kernel Recovery - most recent version linked here. This is an extract of an older section.
If the console gets stuck at "Waiting for nfsd" when booting, then there was an issue with the network configuration script.
Select Device, USB Keyboard Support, and set it to Enabled. Press F10 to save and exit
If the network configuration is invalid and is stopping the console from starting then you will need to edit the network interface
configuration file. Type:
You should see several lines at the bottom with things like "Help" "Writeout" "Read file" and a bar at the top starting with "GNU
nano". This file is likely to be blank if the console isn’t starting up correctly or will have some lines at the end which mention
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If the file is blank, then you can just type in here now to enter the default configuration into the file. Copy the following lines into
auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 188.8.131.52 netmask 255.0.0.0
If the file already has the above text in it, but with wireless configuration at the bottom, use the arrow keys to goto the first line
which says "auto wlan0", then press F9 on the keyboard to delete each line after and including that, so the content of the file
should be left with just the lines above. Press control then X to close the program, then press Y to confirm you want to save
the changes, and then hit enter to confirm the filename you want to write them to. To restart the console safely, and let it boot