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system always need to boot in single user mode

DENNY JOSEPH_1
Occasional Contributor

system always need to boot in single user mode

how we can configure a system for always boot in single user mode
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sahir_1
Frequent Advisor

Re: system always need to boot in single user mode

Hi Joseph,

I am wondering why you need single user mode always..The method to to single user mode as default is

#vi /etc/inittab

init:s:initdefault:

Make the above change.. Have a backup of /etc/inittab in hand before do changes..

All the Best..

Sahir
Chandrahasa s
Valued Contributor

Re: system always need to boot in single user mode

Its very funny :-P

What your going gain by this??

Method will be

editing inittab file

Chandra