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17 Feb 2020
Hi all, I'm a semi Linux noob so I hope this question isn't too silly!

I have managed to stop my Gemini from booting into Linux by adding a line to /etc/fstab which apparently it doesn't like. Now it is stuck on the "Gemian booting" screen. I assume it is trying to mount the webdav addressee I added to /etc/fstab and it is getting stuck because WiFi isn't connected yet (or I just forked up with the syntax...).

Either way, I need to delete that line from /etc/fstab. I'm not dual booting - Debian in the only OS on there. So I can't boot into another OS and edit it from there. Can anyone help me with a suggestion of how I can access the file system so I can delete the offending line? Or is there a way to boot without loading /etc/fstab?

Thanks in advance for any hints and advice.
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