Linux: Booting into Single-User Mode
At the bootloader screen, press the
e key to edit the GRUB configuration.
Use the up arrow and down arrow keys to navigate the GRUB configuration.
Edit the line starting with the word
linux and change
rw and add
init=/bin/bash to the end of the line. This will cause the filesystem to mount read-write and initialize with
/bin/bash at boot.
F10 to begin the boot procedure.