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    SubjectRe: emergency or init=/bin/sh mode and terminal signals
    On Tue, 20 Jun 2006, Samuel Thibault wrote:

    > > Also, the above doesn't help people specifying "init=/bin/sh" on the
    > > command line (as per the original post subject). The real solution
    > > is for them to specify a different init= or run/exec something to set
    > > up their tty and session once logged in.
    >
    > Yes. And the problem is that people usually don't know about sessions
    > etc, and will just grumble "linux can't work".

    Nothing prevents a distributor from providing a proper alternative boot
    script to set up the session and launch the shell, and particularly
    there is nothing to prevent them from adding a proper boot menu entry
    for that rescue system...

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    Matthias Andree
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