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Re: [MiNT] Booting Mint

Maurits van de Kamp <maurits@bassment.nu> writes:

> This isn't really a comparable situation though - if init doesn't know
> what to do in Linux, the solution there is to start with  "single" as boot
> parameter, and if your inittab doesn't know what to  run in single mode
> either, there's no way to boot at all unless you  have another boot disk.

You still have init=/bin/sh, though.


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