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Old 01-19-04, 03:13 AM   #4
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Originally posted by Steven301
all files are read only even though I have to login as root.
Single linux is used on command line at boot selection with the options of failsafe, linux and windows(very old and not even useable but has some files that I use for games).


Can I use the forcedeth at the boot command line?

ps I use grub.
Depending on what kernel version you are running, you may need to update your kernel.

Since you're using grub, all you have to do when the system boots is to press the 'e' key when you highlight the kernel entry, highlight the entry with the path to the kernel on it, press 'e' again, add the keyword 'single' and hit Enter. Then press the 'b' key.
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