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Re: [opensuse] power, or absence thereof, of init=/bin/bash
On 09/06/2014 12:47 PM, Felix Miata wrote:
In 11.4 booted with init=/bin/bash on cmdline:

/sbin/reboot reboots the box
/sbin/halt -p turns the box off
C-A-D reboots the box

None do more than produce error message with Lennart's wonderfully evolved
sysvinit replacement on Rawhide.

Starting with "init=/bin/bash" means that bash is process ID=1.

Two matters:

First look up what systemd under its various aliases does when its NOT

Second, think about what would happen if you simply exited from the
shell .... "exit" or "Ctl-D".

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