How to avoid the "S to Skip" message on boot?
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How to avoid the “S to Skip” message on boot?


How to avoid the “S to Skip” message on boot. This is most common question now a days, if you are an Ubuntu user. Let’s see a trick to play around it. it occurs, when your boot is waiting for the  `/etc/fstab`.  you can try add the following one to boot it.So that it looks like:

UUID=1234-5678 /osshare vfat utf8,auto,rw,user,nobootwait 0 0

From `fstab(5):`

The` mountall(8)` program that mounts file-system during boot also recognizes additional options that the ordinary `mount(8)` tool does not.

These are `bootwait` which can be applied to remote filesystems mounted outside of `/usr` or `/var`, without which `mountall(8)` would not hold up the boot for these `nobootwait`

Which can be applied to non-remote file-systems to explicitly instruct `mountall(8)` not to hold up the boot for them.

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