I can't boot because of some strange error. There is an error report file generated for me, to supposedly submit it along with a bug report, or whatever. So to help me figure out what the problem is, it would help to save that error report file. But to do that, I must mount a storage device. However, in order to do that, I need the
vfat module. To import that, I need to... I don't know what I need anymore, I'm running in circles here and I have not even begun to tackle the main problem.
I tried mounting my UFD, which is FAT32 formatted. So that didn't work. Mount command doesn't understand the filesystem. Can I save it over the local network? How do I do that? Is there another way?
The shell I am at is the Dracut Emergency Shell of Fedora 22. I understand it is a very limited shell. So what can I do to get that file?
The file is stored at
I may point out that I am able to boot into Fedora in recovery mode, as well as normal mode (if I go the extra mile and swap around some hard disk drives). But I am curious to see what can be done from this so called "emergency mode"? To begin with, it seems reasonable enough to me, that one should be able to copy that report file. It even tells me to do so! So how do I do it then, with a limited shell and not a lot of commands available?