Can no longer boot into Debian testing, possibly because I accidentally uninstalled some undocumentedly critical package.
In regular boot, system hangs after confirming that the root fs is clean.
In recovery boot, it says:
[..] systemd: systemd 235 running in system mode. (+PAM +AUDIT +SELINUX + IMA + APPARMOR + SMACK + SYSVINIT + UTMP +LIBCRYPTSETUP + GCRYPT + GNUTLS + ACL + LZ4 + SECCOMP + BLKID + ELFUTILS +KMOD -IDN2 default-hierarchy) [..] systemd: Detected architecture x86-64. Welcome to Debian GNU/Linux buster/sid! [..] systemd: Set hostname <..> <..> [ OK ] Created slice System Slice. <..> [ OK ] Created slice <..> <..> [ OK ] Listening on Journal Audit Socket. [..] systemd: Listening on Journal Socket.
What is the system supposed to be doing now? How to get it out of this trap?