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Go the the end of that line and include a space and the following `rw init=/bin/bash`.
From the desktop, open a terminal and switch to root using `su` (the system will not ask for a password).
Exit out of chroot with:
Create a directory for the mount point (use the `-p` option to create subdirectories):
Continue the process by mounting `/boot`, `proc`, `/dev`, and `/run` with:
Congratulations, your root password has been successfully changed.
`chroot` to the mounted root partition with:
chroot /mnt/sysimage /bin/bash
Changing passwords as root will not prompt for the old password.
Change the root password:
Boot the Live installation media and choose `Try Fedora`.
A root password may be set up while installing Fedora Linux, although it is now suggested to leave the root account locked and use `sudo`. There are two common methods to reset the root password if it is forgotten or lost.
and exit out of the terminal.
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