Originally Posted by TheTux
I have tried this, Not working !
If you don't remember the user names/passwords you entered when you built the system, there's not much you can do. You can boot from CD/DVD, enter rescue mode, and edit the /etc/shadow file to remove the password, then set it when you get logged in, or you can do a reinstall.
And since you're using RHEL, you really should be PAYING FOR IT
. If you do NOT pay for it, you won't get support/patches/updates/bugfixes, and won't be able to access the online repositories. As JohnVV said, load CentOS if you NEED
RHEL or it's equivalent, or pay for RHEL.