Hi, dear All!

as usual, before the kernel begins to load it waits for your pushing <SPACE>
for 10 seconds (by default). so you just push <SPACE>, then, when you see
prompt "ok", type "boot -s". The kernel must load, then you'll be asked
about the shell you want to get into "/bin/sh", just push <Enter> and then
type "mount -a".

This is a "single user mode".

after all these "magic machinations" you might have a possibility to repare
your "/etc/rc.conf" :)

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> Dear sirs, please, help me to solve such problem:
>
> during configuration I had made an error in rc.conf (unterminated
> quoted string). After rebooting kernel was loaded successfully
> (without remarks), but when reading rc.conf system reports about error
> and breaks during mounting root. So I have a read-only file system without
> any possibility to correct rc.conf.
>  Say, whether I must install FreeBSD from the very beginning, or I can
>  repair rc.conf ?
>
>
>  Yours, I.A. Kudriavtcev
>
>
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