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kern/39179: reboot -- -s and /boot.cfg don't seem to play nice together (it doesn't boot single-user)
>Synopsis: reboot -- -s and /boot.cfg don't seem to play nice together
>(it doesn't boot single-user)
>Arrival-Date: Mon Jul 21 05:00:01 +0000 2008
>Originator: George Michaelson
NetBSD snoid 4.99.70 NetBSD 4.99.70 (GGM) #3: Tue Jul 22 00:29:07 EST 2008
reboot -- -s is meant to pass the -s flag to the boot. My hope was this would
translate to a boot -s single user.
It looks like if you have /boot.cfg, then flags passed across the boot are
have /boot.cfg with a menu. try and send a boot -s across a reboot
not sure. should the .cfg check code always check if an argument was passed
which should take priority anyway?
if reboot -- -s can't work on i386 then maybe the man page should be updated
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