I would like to boot Solaris to shell (root prompt) directly for recovery purposes. On linux I would pass a kernel option init=/bin/bash and it would directly boot me into shell without asking for password. How can I achieve the same for Solaris?
I realized the '-s' parameter, but that still asks for password. The official docs suggest booting an installer CD which I would like to avoid.
UPDATE I realized that another proprietary access method was available for me so this question is not that urgent for me, still I leave it up as it maybe interesting later and for others as well.
This is solaris 11 express on x86 hardware.
Both single mode
-m milestone=none asks for password:
Enter user name for system maintenance (control-d to bypass): root Enter root password (control-d to bypass):