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Get to know Linux Recovery mode in a simple way [Vídeo]

No system is flawless and although on Linux they are rarer, they can eventually occur, so be prepared if your Linux fails to start properly. Let's get to know Linux Recovery Mode.

No system is flawless and although on Linux they are rarer, they can eventually occur, so be prepared if your Linux fails to start properly. Let's get to know Linux Recovery Mode.

Linux Recovery Mode

Honestly, it's been a while since I needed it, by the way, it's likely that a lot of people don't even know it, but if you're the type who likes to try different versions of Linux Kernel, likes to compile their own Kernel or make modifications, it's important that You know how to operate it to undo some problems that you may inadvertently get into.

Linux Recovery Mode would be closest to a Windows "Safe Mode" where you can perform small tasks that can fix a broken system, you access it through the GRUB menu, that splash screen that appears as soon as You turn on the computer normally.

Below you will find our video explaining how Recovery Mode works and what its main functions are:

As you have seen, something quite simple, I hope you do not need to use it often, but if you need, it is good that you are prepared.

See you next time!

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