Greg Ennis wrote:
From memory, select the correct line to boot and hit 'e' for edit. Go to the kernel line and hit 'e' for edit again. Go to the end of the line and add '3' without the quotes. Then hit enter to accept, and 'b' to bootEveryone,
I am having a little trouble getting my first Fedora system to boot. I think I am having trouble with the 'first time boot' script on the gui interface. Is there a way to change the run level to 3 by changing the boot statements in grub in order to bypass the first time boot script on the gui interface?
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