Gettin into the os from this screen

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When I boot I get this:

enter image description here

What commands should I write to get it working again

Thanks in advance

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Are you using Ubuntu? Your provided picture appears to be an *outdated bionic* system that would match a 18.04 system behind on security fixes & patches, or you're not using Ubuntu at all. You should provide OS/release details, as the `busybox` package mentioned isn't used by *upgraded* and *supported* Ubuntu OSes (ie. closest I see is `busybox | 1:1.27.2-2ubuntu3.4 | bionic-security/universe | amd64, arm64, armhf, i386, ppc64el, s390x`)
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uy flag
Yes I am using Ubuntu
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cn flag
Ubuntu isn't very helpful alone, product & release details are also helpful. eg. as per my prior comment your `busybox` version isn't from a *supported* release of Ubuntu being outdated; meaning you're either using an *unsupported* release of Ubuntu (thus off-topic) or as I suggested in prior comment, a *bionic* system that is just rather behind on security fixes (eg. will show it was a 2021 upload so not very recent)
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Try the command `exit`
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