Why does RHEL not boot to a proper shell under single user mode ?
After editing the kernel options with the added word 'single' , the system reboots to a command line interface.
But with RHEL, it always boots to [root@noname /]# . This has no passwd command ability to change passwords. I've to add init=/bin/bash in the kernel options for RHEL to boot correctly to sh.
But when I try the same steps with Fedora, it immediately boots to sh-3.1# which has the passwd command ability to change passwords.
Why does RHEL behave differently ?