What is the pw/username at install?

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What is the pw/username at install?

Postby Csaba » Thu May 04, 2017 2:16 pm

I try to install Ghostbsd but ask me user name and password at the start, but it doesn't accept any username/password. What should I type?
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What is the pw/username at install?


Re: What is the pw/username at install?

Postby wb7odyfred » Mon May 08, 2017 5:35 am

http://wiki.ghostbsd.org/wiki/index.php ... r_Handbook or
http://wiki.ghostbsd.org/wiki/index.php ... d_and_User You set the Password and Username at install. For both "root" and the username "my_choice" at install during the process detailed in the Handbook. Does that help you some? I will have to search more to answer your question about the Live load GhostBSD. Good question there.
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Re: What is the pw/username at install?

Postby wb7odyfred » Mon May 08, 2017 5:48 am

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-cQpC ... JhTlE/view More reading in English about a user installing GhostBSD 10.3
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Re: What is the pw/username at install?

Postby Wade Patton » Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:08 pm

Can't set it when that screen was blacked out and it jumps to the opening page with Login requirements.

There's only a glimpse of the boot menu. Then a black box blots out most of that menu. Nothing to do but let it boot to the Login/PW request. "ghostbsd" is there for the default username. Now is there anyone at all who might know how to get past this? I don't need (ever) a lock screen.

Is there no standard pre-set username/pw?

I'll boot it again, third time no diff. Stuck.

Thanks
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Re: What is the pw/username at install?

Postby Wade Patton » Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:31 pm

okay, it booted on the other machine.

the username 'ghostbsd' and 'return' got me past the login screen. Now to go kill that. Looks great so far. But i have two finicky systems and

the other problem on that first machine was that the mouse never worked, the keyboard only worked once.
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