Thanks for porting this to Xenial.  Should the Xenial Ubuntu Base
release be updated?  The Ubuntu Base 16.04.3 does come with the
problematic systemd, and on some systems, like the armhf, booting to a
bare rootfs is impossible (always get the issue, which manifest itself
as 'A start job is running for dev-ttys0.device' message and hang pretty
much right after the 1:30 minute delay timeout.

Or, without releasing an Ubuntu Base update, the documentation (Wiki)
probably should include a note on this (i.e. 'To document').  qemu could
be used to update the systemd package, or possibly downloading and
manually updating the newer systemd related files to the extracted


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