Ian Malone: >> Press e to edit the selected boot commands and add '3' to the >> end of the line that boots the kernel. Not entirely sure where >> this is documented, but a useful piece of knowledge (especially >> if you've forgotten the root password for a machine). Actually it's runlevel 1 you'd want, for that purpose. Arthur Pemberton: > Any reason this hasn't been made easier/more intuitive in grub yet? It > seems most of the time this is necessary, it is by someone who doesn't > know how to do it yet. The hotkeys for using GRUB are documented, they're even explained to you on the boot screens. Adding a runlevel option to the kernel line isn't a GRUB thing, it's kernel thing. That's documented in the appropriate place, too. Altogether, they're documented in numerous places on the WWW, if you find the right keywords to search for. -- Test running FC6 & FC5, and still using FC4. I delete all private mail, unseen. I read from the list.