I'm running 11.04 server, headless, and at a certain point it didn't boot anymore: it just stopped. It seems like I made a mistake with some of the disks, the fstab or the raid config, anycase one of the arrays couldn't be mounted.
What happens is that there is some fancy screen (too fancy for my old LCD, but that's another question) saying
Couldn't mount /foobar. Press s to continue or [..].
What I want is that it continues automatically. If I reboot I should check if that worked, fine, but I don't want to guess what button to press for it to continue, and I certainly don't want to have to run it with some sort of screen. Obviously, if
/ fails to mount then moving on is kinda hard to do. Ok. I get it, but when some raid doesn't come up, I have to boot to fix it.
How can I have ubuntu server 11.04 skip all but the fatal errors?