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Chapter 4. Shell Tips

The shell tips chapter provides handy tricks that you may wish to use when you are using a GNU/Linux shell (the command line interface). This information includes handy shortcut key combinations, the shell's command history and information on virtual terminals.

Tip If you can't boot into your system
 

If your having problems booting into your system you may like to use a shell so you can boot into your system and attempt to fix things up again.

To do this you need to pass the "init=/bin/sh" to your system before you boot up.

If you don't know how to do this please see Chapter 14, the technique is the same except this time you pass "init=bin/sh" rather than "single".

 
 
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