Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 160906
To force file system integrity check, rc.sysinit should accept 'any key' instead of just 'Y'
Last modified: 2014-03-16 22:54:31 EDT
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Description of problem:
On boot, rc.sysinit may ask you to
"Press Y within %d seconds to force file system integrity check..."
However, as the keyboard mapping may not yet be correct at that point,
pressing 'Y' often means pressing 'Y', cussing, hunting and pressing 'Z'
at which time the %d seconds may already have passed.
It would be easier on the Sysop's heart rate if the message was
"Press any key within %d seconds to force file system integrity check..."
with any extant key presses flushed from the buffer first of course.
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Loadkeys is already done at that point, so if the keymapping is *still*
incorrect; that implies a different problem; I'm not sure changing the config to
deal with an invalid config is worth it.
Uh-huh. However, we are talking multi-language environment here:
i.e. we are using three different types of keyboards in the office.
Now, if someone decides to go down to the "server inn" to do a little
intervention and takes his keyboard along, there is bound to be