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If Linux boots from the kernel but then hangs, encounters errors during the startup scripts, or cannot boot to multiuser mode for some other reason, try single user mode. Just interrupt the GRUB auto boot, edit the kernel line, and add single to the end. Figure 1-8 is a screenshot of a Red Hat single user mode boot.


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Type "e" to edit kernel line.