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Re: single-user mode isn't?

> Unfortunately for me, entering single user mode seems to run
> /etc/init.d/boot, which not only initializes the network but also 
> mounts all local and remote filesystems.  

Same to me. I have a crashed SCSI harddisk which will lockup the Kernel
while accessing the /usr partition. I tried to avoid the fsck and mounting
of that partition with single user mode but it was unable. This needs to be

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