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How to boot on Fedora-16 in rescue mode?

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I followed the official documentation to try to boot in "rescue" mode and then when booting from the live CD I pressed "tab" key, deleted all the command line and then put "linux rescue".

However, fedora always boot "normally"!! I found no /mnt/ sysimage

posted Dec 8, 2013 by Sumit Pokharna

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When You have systemd init daemon, You should use syntax as

linux ...

(see 'man')

Or, SYSV4 init/upstart option are stil functioning, simply to linux kernel cmdline append 'single', 's', '1'

But You perhaps will find that systemd is almost unusable in rescue mode (in 'normal' multiuser/graphical mode it is only slightly better) when starting from installed system. It is better boot from CD/DVD/USB stick, Fedora or eg. System Rescue CD etc.

answer Dec 9, 2013 by Amit Parthsarthi
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I don't think that works from live cd, only from DVD and netinst, because this isn't a systemd mode, it's an anaconda feature. It's anaconda that uses it's ninja storage knowledge to find and put together a system, and mount it all correctly with the various faux file systems at /mnt/sysimage.

answer Dec 10, 2013 by Dewang Chaudhary
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