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Try adding rw init=/bin/bash to the cmdline.txt: that should unconditionally boot your system into a root terminal, which allows you to edit the configuration files you have messed up (re-enabling the network services).


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Your SD card (or whatever media you boot from) has two partitions - one is ext4 filesystem (/); the other is FAT32 filesystem (/boot). You may remove the SD card, then mount and edit anything in /boot on virtually any computer (Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix, etc). The ext4 partition can typically only be mounted on a Linux system. Your config.txt and cmdline.txt ...


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