On 8/29/23 20:55, Tim via users wrote:
Put the FC 38 on a thumb drive and boot from there. Lots of useful
That went over my head.
I think they're suggesting that if you wanted to rescue a system, it
may be beneficial to boot from something else, such as a live install
of Fedora on a USB memory stick. Sometimes it's an exercise in
frustration trying to fix a system by booting from it.
Well that makes sense. I thought he meant
to use a Live USB (I have several) to create
a rescue boot kernel for the system.
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