To the OP...if you know what your disk type is, you CAN get it to
continue to mount root at the mountroot prompt.
Furthering that, you can also fsck and mount your other disk mountpoints
in order to gain access to your editing binaries.
I'm sorry to reply to my own posts, but I'd like to point out that this
exact scenario is a very good reason as to why I make either a digital
or printout copy of my /etc/fstab file of every machine I run.
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