How To Bypass Any Linux Password
Linux is an open-source operating system (OS). The so-called open-source operating system refers to the software that directly manages system hardware and resources (such as CPU, memory, and storage space ). The operating system is located between applications and hardware and is responsible for establishing connections between all software and related physical resources.
We can think of the operating system as the engine of a car. The engine can run alone, but when combined with a gearbox, axles, and wheels, it becomes a car that can drive. If the engine is not working properly, the rest of the car will not work.
Bypassing Linux Password:
Step1:– Boot the Linux system
Step2:– Go to the Advanced Boot option
Advance boot optionStep3:– Press “e” after the Enter Advanced options
Step4:– Go to the line which starts with Linux
Step5:– Change in this line “ro” to “rw” and add the following at end of the Linux “init=/bin/bash/”
Step6:– Boot the os with F10 and after booting you get this type of screen
Step7:– Write “mount -n -o remount,rw /”
Step8:– write “passwd root” or “passwd username” type new password and confirm the password
Step9:– type “exec /sbin/init” after pressing enter key from the keyboard your password has been successfully changed. And ready to log in with the new password