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/sbin/reboot -f
Select the boot entry you wish to edit with the arrow keys.
Select the entry you with to edit by pressing *e*.
Temporarily move the system hard disk to another machine, and follow the procedures above to reset the root password.
The system may take a moment to boot while SELinux relabels its permissions on the filesystem. If you see the Plymouth boot screen you can press the `ESC` key on your keyboard to view the SELinux progress. Once it is complete, your system is ready and your root password has been successfully changed.
To download and create a live USB of Fedora Workstation, follow the instructions on the xref:creating-and-using-a-live-installation-image.adoc[Fedora USB Live Media Quick Doc].
To mount root on an *LVM partition* scheme enter:
To mount root on a *standard partition* scheme enter:
touch /.autorelabel
To view your hard drive device nodes, enter `df -H` into the terminal. For this example we will use `/dev/sda1` for the `/boot` partition and `/dev/sda2` for the root `/` partition.
Use the arrow keys to go to select the line begging with `linux`, `linux16`, or `linuxefi`.
Using a Fedora Live Media (USB/DVD/CD)
While booting the system the xref:bootloading-with-grub2.adoc[GRUB2] menu will be displayed. To boot the system into rescue mode using `bash` follow these steps:
You will be prompted to enter the new root password twice.