I'm using Debian testing. I want to configure wifi on my netbook, but failed to do so and when the system boots I get the following message:
INFO: task wpa_supplicant:1634 blocked for more than 120 seconds. "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message.
I have come across info that this is a new feature that informs that a service is failing. The service in my case is
The problem is this: Booting process hangs and prints every 120 seconds the message above and that is it. I can't use my netbook any more. Is there any way to boot without this service?
PS. What I'm doing right now is booting from a rescue USB disk to fix the issue but I wonder if there is any boot options I could use in circumstances like this?