How to reset forgotten root passwords

Thursday, 14 October 2004, 12:24 AM EST

Suppose you have just taken over as a new system administrator from another person just before they left and they forgot to give you the root password. Now, let's say you have to install the latest version of PHP on the system so that the sales department's website works the way its supposed to. You have to get the website up yesterday, since you are losing money every minute it doesn't work. Or maybe you simply need to add another user to the system.

By Suramya Tomar at the Linux Gazette.

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