I used to do that with prior versions. My problem
"I cannot get to a text mode.. to even
do the "linux single" command..."
When SGI XFS boots up.. then.. there are three choices
and thats it.. period.. When you enter the grub
password, it then offers you some more choices..
but nothing to boot in a single mode.
--- Seth Mos <knuffie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> At 00:37 22-3-2002 -0800, Glow Nair wrote:
> >Can anyone give me a quick link to a procedure
> >to reset the root password ?
> >I used the following command in Redhat 7.0; but
> >the same doesnt work in SGI XFS 1.02.
> >Ctrl-Alt-Del : Reboot the machine
> >Press Tab : When LILO prompt shows up
> >linux single : At the boot : prompt; let the m/c
> >passwd : At the bash # prompt
> >Ctrl-Alt-Del : To reboot the machine
> >I do have console and the grub passwords.
> >Thanks in advance for any help :) Appreciate it
> It should work normally, I used the same procedure
> before. What error do
> you get?
> Every program has two purposes one for which
> it was written and another for which it wasn't
> I use the last kind.
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