> previously on this list Matthias Urlichs contributed:
> > I haven't yet seen a system where booting with init=/bin/bash works but
> > booting systemd in emergency mode does not.
> Have you added me to a killfile?
* Am I under some sort of obligation to read each and every message in this
thread, or indeed on debian-devel?
* Are you capable of understanding what other people write?
_I_ have not seen such a system.
If I had, (a) I'd admit that and (b) I'd have tracked down the problem.
> I mentioned such a bug as happened in Arch testing in this very thread
> or do you mean a debian system?
I'd be very interested in the cause of that bug, and presumably so do the
systemd maintainers. However, on my machines systemd's emergency mode
worked flawlessly every time I needed it.
(SysVinit's "single" mode, for the record, did not.)
> How it wasn't found before hitting testing beats me
* Boot your system in emergency mode.
* It works.
How else would you test that?
-- Matthias Urlichs