If you've forgotten your root password, don't worry, it's
shockingly easy to change the password. The trick is to boot directly into
single user mode.
Boot your machine, then at the LILO prompt enter:
Then you should get a prompt that looks like sh-2.05#, from there type:
Then follow the prompts to change the password.
That's it! Single user mode is also helpful if you want to do maintenance
without all the services running, it's something like "safe mode" in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Senthil Velan" <kksenthilvelan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: February 05, 2004 11:54 AM
Subject: [Ilugc] Chennai
Is anyone here from Chennai having Debian 3.0 Cds?
Play the prediction game on MEZ. Win Sehwag's autographed T-shirts.
http://go.msnserver.com/IN/41491.asp Predict and win on myenjoyzone.com.
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