Re: What causes single user boot?
According to Miquel van Smoorenburg <email@example.com>:
> 2. A filesystem check failed because there were serious errors and
> the system wants you to run fsck manually
It is not 1 and 3 so it must be 2. That sounds reasonable, because
the "operator" (who had no idea what he was doing) read something
about file system errors to us.
> If it was (2), you can prevent that by setting FSCKFIX=yes
> in /etc/default/rcS. It will forcibly check all file systems and
> repair them even if there are serious errors. This might result in
> dataloss, but usually there isn't anything else you can do even
> if you do run the fsck manually.
Great! Thanks so much for that!!!
Andy Spiegl, University of Technology, Muenchen, Germany
E-Mail: Andy@spiegl.de URL: http://www.spiegl.de
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