How to boot linux without starting services?
I setup a program to run as a "service" by creating a script to run it and putting the script in the init.d directory to see what it would do (it was a dyndns daemon program to update my ip). So now on the bootup it hangs on "starting 0inadyn". Presumably the program is running and linux is doing everything I told it to do, I just screwed up how to execute the service. Is there a way to boot up without services (like some light weight command line run level?) and remove the script so that I can boot up normally? (Running CentOS 4.5)