systemd fails to boot most of the time
Teresa e Junior
teresaejunior at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 11:58:26 UTC 2017
Em 24/02/2017 08:41, Liam Proven escreveu:
> Yes, I've had this too, on 2 different machines. It's a pain.
> The only way around it that I found so far was to mount the
> filesystems by hand, continue the boot, and then manually edit
> /etc/fstab so it used device names not partition GUIDs. This seemed to
> work more reliably, although not 100% of the time.
I tried using device names like /dev/sda1 too, but then boot failed even
earlier. Maybe it would have worked if I did not use the device name on
the root partition too, since it seems I can boot normally with
`noauto,x-systemd.automount` on all partitions except root.
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