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This is covered in some detail in the official documentation for Fedora. Look here:

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Installation_Guide/ap-rescuemode.html

You can use rescue mode, or you can use an install disk and the recovery option on that, or you can use the recovery mode from the main grub menu.

The basic process is to boot up in rescue mode Mount your system to a safe directory (recovery mode should do this for you) use chroot to go live on your system as the root user use the 'passwd' command to set the root password to whatever you want.

This is covered in some detail in the official documentation for Fedora. Look here:

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Installation_Guide/ap-rescuemode.html

You can use rescue mode, or you can use an install disk and the recovery option on that, or you can use the recovery mode from the main grub menu.

  • The basic process is to boot up in rescue mode mode
  • Mount your system to a safe directory (recovery mode should do this for you) you)
  • use chroot to go live on your system as the root user user
  • use the 'passwd' command to set the root password to whatever you want.

This is covered in some detail in the official documentation for Fedora. Look here:

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Installation_Guide/ap-rescuemode.html

You can use rescue mode, or you can use an install disk and the recovery option on that, or you can use the recovery mode from the main grub menu.

  • The basic process is to is: * boot up in rescue mode

  • mode * Mount your system to a safe directory (recovery mode should do this for you)
  • you) * use chroot to go live on your system as the root user
  • user * use the 'passwd' command to set the root password to whatever you want.

This is covered in some detail in the official documentation for Fedora. Look here:

https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/15/html/Installation_Guide/ap-rescuemode.html

You can use rescue mode, or you can use an install disk and the recovery option on that, or you can use the recovery mode from the main grub menu.

The basic process is: * is:

  • boot up in rescue mode * mode
  • Mount your system to a safe directory (recovery mode should do this for you) * you)
  • use chroot to go live on your system as the root user * user
  • use the 'passwd' command to set the root password to whatever you want.