I have been trying to boot Fedora in Rescue Mode. I found the following steps:
"...To boot into rescue mode, you must be able to boot the system using one of the following methods:
- By booting the system from a boot CD-ROM or DVD.
- By booting the system from other installation boot media, such as USB flash devices.
- By booting the system from the Fedora installation DVD.
Once you have booted using one of the described methods, add the keyword rescue as a kernel parameter. For example, for an x86 system, type the following command at the installation boot prompt:
So I boot from Fedora 18 Live CD and gives me Grub with two options:
- Verify and Boot Fedora-18-x86_64-Live-desktop.is
Then it tell me if I want command line to type
c, so I type
c and then type
linux rescue but nothing happens, the command does not exist. What am I doing wrong?
If I select the option 1, then I boot into Live Desktop. What exactly do I have to do? I am confused.