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Raspberry Pi – Rasbian – Boot in Single User mode

Raspberry Pi – Rasbian – Boot in Single User mode

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    To boot in single user mode (for example to fix a script when things go nuts on you):

    sudo nano /boot/cmdline.txt

    Add this line at the end:

    init=/bin/sh

    When done press CTRL+X, press “Y” and press ENTER.
    This will skip init.d and such.

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