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Section - -19- How can I boot directly into single-user mode?

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  Use the PROM monitor's 'single' command.

  For machines earlier than 4D35s, whose PROMs don't have that command,
  first boot into sash from the PROM monitor with "boot", then type
  "boot initstate=s".

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