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Date: 2012apr8 OS: Linux Distro: RedHat/Fedora/CentOS Warning: This is pre-systemd Q. How can I boot my RedHat/Fedora/CentOS system into text mode from a CD-ROM? A. Press <tab> to modify the boot options. Add a 3 and the end of the boot command. This requests run-level 3. So if the command line is:vmlinuz0 <stuff>Change it to:vmlinuz0 <stuff> 3Press <enter> to boot. You might also want to remove "rhgb" and "quiet" for more verbose messages.
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