Sometimes things go wrong even on Linux systems and you need a way to get your computer back to full functionality. On Windows Safe Mode is usually the first choice to get back in and fix a problem. However on Linux there really isn8217t a direct counterpart. On most Linux distributions i the solution involves using a Live CD to access files on your hard drive or even using a chroot. Ubuntu has come up with a clever solution in recovery mode. It lets you perform several key recovery tasks including booting into a root terminal to give you full8230 Read more.
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