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Re: Changing runlevel in RH9 at boot-up



It's less keystrokes, usually, as you don't have to type the whole
line.  We're supposed to be lazy, remember.


On 12/30/06, mark <mroth cfl rr com> wrote:
anam alikhan wrote:
> You can change your runlevel temporary at the grub screen. At the GRUB
> screen press  the "e" key and at the second line where kernel is select
> your
> cursor at the line and again press "e" key once the edit is started type
at
> the end of line "3" or "linux 3".
>
> Now you can goto single usermode easily
>
*sigh*
And this is *so* much better than LILO's "additional parameters-> -s or
3....

	mark

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