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Booting into Single-User Mode in Ubuntu-Core

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Hello,
I'm having an issue with the NanoPiNeo2.
I mistakenly invalidated Network Manager, so I'm operating NanoPi Neo2 by UART.
However,OS can't start because the script written in 「/ etc / rc.local」continues an infinite loop.(This is my second mistake.).

I want to start Ubuntu-Core without executing rc.local.
Please tell me about how to boot Ubuntu-Core into Single-User Mode ?
Thanks
This solution applies to your environment https://superuser.com/questions/274446/ ... to-boot-to

On ubuntu (on x86 environment), I would have appended to kernel parameters list the command init=/bin/sh to obtain a root command line without sysvinit script execution.
Thank you !
My problem was solved.

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