I installed a Ubuntu and it only has a user. I can login to the system without login. It doesn't ask me for un/pwd. but when I am in, and I want to run some commands as root (sudo), it ask for password and not allowing me to run it. No password works. How can I find password for this user or root?
Have a VirtualBox Ubuntu guest (14.04) used for the sake of testing only.
The root user has its own password, so I can login as root in a separate terminal (su -), or directly from a login session (eg after Ctrl-Alt-F4).
$ su -
Password: <current root password>
# echo Works!
Since it is a VB testing system, and the root user does not need any security, I want to be able to su - or login a
I have Ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed and have read many articles on finding a way to change the admin password as i forgot it after installing it a while ago. I have 2 users on this comp which i know the pass to 1 but the admin 1st user i can no longer get into. I have tried many ways like going through grub, root and trying to unmount.
I've ran a yum update on my CentOS 5.8 box and now I am unable to log into the console as root. Basically what happens is I receive the login prompt, enter the correct username and password, and am immediately spit back to the login prompt.
I have installed Tuleap(as per full installation from user guide) in CentOS 6.5. All the files got installaed.
I have tried to login with Tuleap domain name.
And I gave credentials Login Name and Password : admin / siteadmin and clicked on login.
But its not getting login.