Gary Coady wrote:
>> I dunno - I've found that Redhat seems to ask for the root password when
> booting into single-user mode - if it does in this case, try instead
>> linux init=/bin/sh
>> at the boot prompt, and that'll get you a shell.
AFAIK this'll only give you a read-only shell, so you won't be able to
change anything. Try:
linux rw init=/bin/sh
Miles (Kieran Colfer)
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