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How can i boot directly into the darwin command line


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How can i boot directly into the darwin command line?
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When booting up hold down the Apple and S keys

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When booting up hold down the Apple and S keys
can is there something in the boot scripts i can chanage so it will do that everytime.
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ok, I figured out how to start it up in verbose mode to the console everytime. Whenever i start it up it says verbose safe mode at the top and won't let me log in as root or my user name.
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That is because that boot up is the single user trouble shooting mode
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how can i boot up in normal mode. Whats the key command?
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Just type exit

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type exit once in Verbose SafeBoot. PS. I switched the standard loging thing to just a conole in /etc/ttys
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