Re: since last update system does not boot any more
Panu Matilainen <pmatilai <at> laiskiainen.org>
2011-04-01 04:48:05 GMT
On 03/31/2011 10:40 PM, Adam Pribyl wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Mar 2011, Panu Matilainen wrote:
>> On 03/31/2011 07:51 PM, cornel panceac wrote:
>>> 2011/3/31 Scott Robbins<scottro <at> nyc.rr.com<mailto:scottro <at> nyc.rr.com>>
>>> Yet another reason setting grub's timeout to 0 was a very bad idea,
>>> especially in VMs.
>>> indeed, i had to boot another operating system to increase the timeout
>>> so that i can change the kernel line when needed....
>> Holding left shift during early boot used to bring up the grub menu,
>> timeout or not. Doesn't seem to work in F15 anymore, although having
>> swithed to a usb-keyboard might have something to do with it. In any
>> case getting the system to boot to single-user equivalent to workaround
>> this systemd/selinux issue was unnecessarily painful.
> Did you found any way how to force systemd to boot to single-user? So far
> my installation of F15 with systemd has only one runlevel, I can not
> switch it - nor with grub option, neither with inittab or init command.
The good old "single" keyword on the kernel line is what I used and
worked fine (it might be just an alias for something else in systemd, I