Connect a VGA monitor and PS2 keyboard to the appliance.
Log on as the sysadmin user.
Type "system reboot" to restart the appliance.
Press the DEL key during POST to enter the BIOS if required. Use the password above.
Press the P key while the Grub boot menu is shown. Use the password above.
Press the E key to (temporarily) edit the boot entry.
Press the down arrow key to select the 'kernel' line.
Press the E key to edit the kernel parameters.
Add "goto-bash" to the end of the line. Make sure to add a space between the existing kernel parameters and "goto-bash".
Press Enter when you are done editing the line.
Press the B key to continue booting.
Instead of booting normally, the appliance will enter a state similar to single user mode on a normal Linux computer.
You will have a Bash prompt and can mount the rest of the file systems and examine things from there.
Restart the appliance to return to normal operating mode.
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