> 
> 
> You would have to boot stand alone
> 
> When you start up the machine, and it does that part where it says it will
> continue in so many seconds, or if you hit enter, or hit any other key to
> stop it - stop it and put
> 
> boot -s

This is more commonly called "booting to single user".

The term "booting stand alone" is often used to refer to booting from
a special install media.

But, yes,  boot single user and then remount root
   mount -u /
and then set your password again using "passwd".

////jerry
 
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> > forgot my login and password. what do I do to bypass the login.
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