[K12OSN] Converting to Linux
les at futuresource.com
Thu Mar 1 18:03:37 UTC 2007
Kemp, Levi wrote:
> I'm assuming that it did too because on a second installation it did. I've been using it fine since then. I should really try to sleep at night instead of working on this project, that may be a large part of my problem.
You should be able to hit a key at the grub boot screen, select the boot
entry from the list, hit 'e' to edit, select the kernel line, hit 'e' to
edit, add the word 'single' to the end of the line, then hit 'b' to boot
into single user mode where you can run
and set a new password.
You could also boot the install CD with 'linux rescue' at the boot
prompt, let it detect and mount your installed system, use the chroot
command that it suggests, and then change the password.
lesmikesell at gmail.com
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