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Offline bullgard4

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[solved] Boot message "Siduction: clean"
« on: 2020/03/22, 05:44:25 »
[ThinkPad X201]When booting, at an early time the message
Siduction: clean
appears on a black background.
The boot process is a long complicated process, and I would like to know what important processing steps are done before and after this message printout are done so that I feel more comfortable to orientate myself in case the boot process one time should not finish normally and I need to repair my siductionbox.
On my Debian stable boxes I have never seen an analog message.
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~$ journalctl -xb | grep cleanoutput does not include this message text.
« Last Edit: 2020/07/19, 20:50:46 by devil »

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Re: Boot message "Siduction: clean"
« Reply #1 on: 2020/03/22, 11:16:00 »
I assume that is the output of fsck -- this is a normal linux boot function, before mounting the filesystem where the OS is.
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Re: Boot message "Siduction: clean"
« Reply #2 on: 2020/03/22, 18:19:15 »
I labeled my root-device 'ROOT' and get the message "ROOT:clean" as a result of standard fsck at boot.
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Re: [gelöst] Boot message "Siduction: clean"
« Reply #3 on: 2020/07/13, 18:35:48 »
Understood.Thank you very much for your help.Regards,bullgard4
« Last Edit: 2020/07/19, 19:34:15 by bullgard4 »