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1) Enter GRUB. You can do so by HOLDING "Shift" after the POST or "Power-On Self Test". It means - the first moments or screen blinks on boot up.
2) When in GRUB menu press [e] (edit) on the line with your Linux distribution selected.
3) Select the line where you see word "kernel". Usually it's something like "kernel ... ... ro root=LABEL=/ rhgb quiet".
4) Press [e] (edit) again and append to the end of the string "single init=/bin/bash" or "single init=/bin/sh".
5) Press ESC to go back to the previous menu.
6) Press [b] to boot the selected kernel.
Note: You can use "init=/bin/sh" or "init=/bin/bash" or any other Linux/Unix shell like "/bin/ksh", if it's installed.