On Wednesday 25 October 2006 23:14, cardoso wrote:
Exactly. A few years ago I used to deal with linux fanboys showing
them the cute trick of "linux single" at boot time. After a few
hours begging for the admin password, I teached the trick and they
usually stopped the brag about how security Linux was.
Can't do that in most modern distributions today -- they're configured
to ask for root password before they give a single-user shell.
Not that there aren't other ways around that restriction...