Strange problem with new installation -- POSSIBLY runit related July 03, 2018, 09:20:44 PM I made a new installation in an old pc (2core celeron) for a kid. I started with basestrap .... runit.Built the whole thing with what I wanted him to have as first exposure, then made the rest of the disk as /home and /swapOnce I finished I took it to him, set the whole thing up and was copying /home to /mnt/home and made a mistake on fstab.The mistake was (in a transitions stage copying home to the /home partition) that instead of shift 3 = # I typed 3, saved /fstab and rebooted. I didn't have a stick with another system with me, but the system would go on emergency mode and be read-only, I couldn't edit fstab or do anything to it. It was locked till I get back with a stick to fix it.I've never encountered something like this before and I don't know if it is an artix peculiarity, or runit, I am leaning towards the later.I think it sticks to stage one in read only mode and does not mount anything write capable.Interesting but what good is an emergency mode to a system you can not affect? You can only identify the problem and realize what went wrong.The line of the home partition reads 3UUID=****** /home ext4 .... etc etc... instead of #UUID=......in case anyone wants to reproduce the problem, having a second system to boot handy.