On Sun, 2009-11-15 at 08:22 -0800, BobW wrote:
Have mercy on this poor person. He is probably a manager, and not a
techie. Perhaps it might be good to let him know that he can download a
liveCD and change the password. He can then try Fedora and be
intelligent enough to realize that he really doesn't want to remove it
That is not what he wanted to do. Just to change the root passwd he
could boot to init level 1
On Sun, 2009-11-15 at 08:23 +0800, Ed Greshko wrote:
> Ralph Gorrill wrote:
> > I yhave a DELL lap top that one of my employess loaded FEDORA on with out
telling anyone...I need to remove it...he is gone and I have no password...can anyone help
> You don't indicate which version of Fedora was installed.
> Starting with Fedora 11 the boot loader includes the latest DMM
> The upcoming Fedora 12 will have the follow on to DMM with the first
> release of DSM.
> The follow on to DSM is DFM. DFM is in early development and its
> release schedule has not been determined.
> Good luck, for now.
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