Fixing another system that is booting into emergency mode.

I performed some updates also together with the software combination “openSUSE-Tumbleweed-KDE-Live-x86_64-Snapshot20210217-Media.iso”.
I got the impression that the (network) software installation succeeded in principle (after a few special tweaks).

:confused: But I wonder why I stumble on the display “Welcome to emergency mode! …” after a boot attempt for the updated openSUSE system.
Thus I stored the output from the command “journalctl -xb” into a text file according to this boot surprise from two days.
Now I am trying also to determine which of the provided information would indicate possibilities for desirable fixes.

I am looking for repair approaches which can work also together with the software combination “Knoppix 8.6.1”.
:\ Can similar Linux Live systems help to construct customised containers or virtual machines so that some software tools can be applied as expected?

I would appreciate your advices.

I stumbled also on a file type selection glitch according to mounting of partitions for an evolving system. :\

Not sure why you don’t just use kiwi or Studio Express to create your containers…