How to Protect GRUB with Password in RHEL / CentOS / Fedora Linux

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21 Responses

  1. farras says:

    What this equates to user commands ubuntu?

  2. Raman says:

    Thanks Alot

  3. samanth says:

    Hello , this was very help full for me
    i have tried this it worked well and also i have tried removing the password in /etc/grub.conf file . i have doubt here if i forget the root password i will reset through single user mode . for suppose if i forget the password for both root and grub password . then hw can i recover it . please help me out in this

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