Boot — Linux in single users mode.

27 Oct

1) If you have GRUB password configration,type P and enter password.
2) Select RedHat Linux with the version of the kernel that you wish to
boot and type e for edit.
3)Select the line that starts with kernel and type e for edit the line.
4) Go to end of the line and type “single” as a seperate word.
(Press spacebar and then type single)
5) Press enter to exit edit mode.
6) Back at the GRUB screen , type b to boot into single user mode.

Satyadev Singh


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