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13.1.2 fallback

— Command: fallback num...

Go into unattended boot mode: if the default boot entry has any errors, instead of waiting for the user to do something, immediately start over using the num entry (same numbering as the default command (see default)). This obviously won't help if the machine was rebooted by a kernel that GRUB loaded. You can specify multiple fallback entry numbers.

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