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Mon Jan 28 08:37:31 UTC 2008
Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R wrote:
> If some problem develops with /etc/fstab Fedora stops loading
> and offers to either invoke a single user shell or reboot.
> Unfortunately the single user shell is on a readonly filesystem.
> This defeats the purpose of going single user to fix it, doesn't it?
Your inability to cope is the issue. It's not hard to fsck as you think
necessary (which requires do), to mount rw if you need to edit fstab.
Best you learn to read the documentation before whining here.
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