Removed root from sudoers group: NEVER MIND
derek at pointerstop.ca
Thu May 7 23:30:25 UTC 2009
Richard S. Crawford wrote:
> On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:01 AM, Antonio Augusto (Mancha)
> <mkhaos7 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2009/5/7 Richard S. Crawford <rscrawford at mossroot.com>:
>> mind to tell how?
> Rebooted the computer with the LiveCD
Always a valid method, but always remember that you are _never_ blocked from
root use on your own system. Single-user (recovery) mode always gives you
access to a root shell.
> Once rebooted, I went to a terminal (ctrl+alt+F1), and logged in with root
> $ sudo su
> Then I created a mount point under mnt:
> $ mkdir /mnt/local
> ...and mounted the local hard drive there.
> $ mount /dev/sda2 /mnt/local
That's a step more than there's a need for - just mount directly to /mnt
> Only took me half an hour to figure it out. My Google fu is mighty.
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