[RC5] Linux single user mode
Basil A. Daoust
daoust at attglobal.net
Fri Nov 12 13:20:33 EST 1999
Building a floppy and everything seems like over kill to me.
First I'm new to Linux but when you boot linux assuming your
You can reply "linux 1"
assuming you used the word linux for you linux system and the 1 says
come up in single user mode.
Now I don't know what directory your in or anything but
you could write a simple script to issue
or something like that.
Since your booting into single user I have to assume that security is
NOT an issue. As this will put you in as ROOT.
> Date: Mon, 8 Nov 1999 17:12:14 -0500
> From: AMackenzie at edgewater.com
> Subject: RE: [RC5] Quick question
> | > In fact, before I leave my computer to go to sleep, I flush
> | and fetch my
> | > last set of blocks for the night, then reboot to a simple
> | single user
> | linux
> | > off of a floppy. My start-up scripts mount the appropriate
> | partitions of
> | > off the hard disk and runs d.net using the blocks I just
> | downloaded. In
> | the
> | > morning, I shut down d.net, reboot, and flush/fetch about
> | 15 to 20 blocks,
> | > instead of the 12 to 15 I used to get if I left my regular
> | Linux setup or
> | > Windows running at night.
> | > Pedro J. Cabrera
> | > pjcabrera at mindspring.com
> | I and probably others would like to try this. Would it be possible for
> | someone to put together a suitable floppy image and some
> | instructions for
> | how to use it? I'm thinking of something for the technically
> | literate but
> | Linux-illiterate (ie me).
> I've found that I can squeeze a few KKeys/sec out simply by killing my X
> Server. This drops all those little applications on wharf and the like out
> of the picture. I go from 1.41MKeys/sec to 1.44MKeys/sec.
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