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After you change the root passwd, its good to do a umount on your disk
that you previously mounted, before rebooting. I went through about 4 or 5
recovery attempts finding that my changes had not been written to disk
unless I first unmounted the volume where I made the changes.
On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Jay Link wrote:
> > I forget the root password of the LINUX. And I dont know how to recovery it.
> You will need to boot using a floppy disk. For example, Slackware provides
> a two-disk set: "bare" and "color". When you have booted the kernel on
> "bare" and mounted the filesystem on "color", mount your hard drive and
> then change your root password. Reboot normally, and all will be forgiven!
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