Change all sleep to 1
# failsafe description "Failsafe Boot Delay" author "Clint Byrum <email@example.com>" start on filesystem and net-device-up IFACE=lo stop on static-network-up or starting rc-sysinit emits failsafe-boot console output script # Determine if plymouth is available if [ -x /bin/plymouth ] && /bin/plymouth --ping ; then PLYMOUTH=/bin/plymouth else PLYMOUTH=":" fi # The point here is to wait for 2 minutes before forcibly booting # the system. Anything that is in an "or" condition with 'started # failsafe' in rc-sysinit deserves consideration for mentioning in # these messages. currently only static-network-up counts for that. sleep 1 # Plymouth errors should not stop the script because we *must* reach # the end of this script to avoid letting the system spin forever # waiting on it to start. $PLYMOUTH message --text="NO ! NO ! NO ! Boot Fast And Fuck Idiots" || : sleep 1 $PLYMOUTH message --text="Hey guy i'm in work Time is money!" || : sleep 1 $PLYMOUTH message --text="Fast boot for fast work! Time is Money!" || : # give user 1 second to see this message since plymouth will go # away as soon as failsafe starts. sleep 1 exec initctl emit --no-wait failsafe-boot end script post-start exec logger -t 'failsafe' -p daemon.warning "My System is fast BOOTING In Progress..."