Occasionally Bedrock's ability to integrate
strata can confuse software. For example, when compiling software a build system may attempt to detect build dependencies on the system and become confused to see
If a command acts strangely, considering prefixing it with
strat -r to restrict it to the given
stratum's commands. For example:
If things are not working as expected, run
brl status to query the system for the status of the enabled
strata. If any
strata report as
broken, try to
brl repair them.
bedrock.conf specifies a certain file path must be a symlink but
brl repair finds a non-symlink file both at the symlink location and the target location, it will abort and instruct you to inspect both, decide which you want to keep, and remove the other.
brl repair fails and does not indicate you need to perform some action to resolve the situation, and you are okay with losing the
stratum's state, try the more aggressive
brl repair -clear . If even that fails, the only remaining option is to reboot. If rebooting fails, seek assistance from the Bedrock community. Consider generating a
brl report when doing so.
You may bypass the init-selection menu by placing
on the kernel line in your bootloader. This is useful in case there are issues with the init-selection menu. For example, a kernel line with this in place may look like:
/boot/vmlinuz-4.9.0-8-amd64 root=/dev/sda1 ro quiet bedrock_init=debian:/sbin/init
Many bootloaders allow users to alter the kernel line for a session.