I made a modification to /etc/fstab intending to mount an external USB drive automatically at startup. Unfortunately the mount fails, the last lines of output on the screen are :
Give root password for maintenance
(or type Control-D to continue)
The keyboard does not respond at all. Is there any way to interrupt the boot sequence to stop it attempting to mount /mnt? Tried cntl-C, in fact, tried most keys.
I'm guessing maybe not as the mount of /mnt is being tried before the system knows about the keyboard? If there isn't a way to interrup the boot is there any way to repair the image on the SD card?
This is ArchLinux, not ArchLinuxArm. Please ask on their forums.
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Scimmia is right, but Arch Linux ARM does have an excellent site that can help you more than can we.
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