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Originally Posted by variant that means that every 1st install cd is also a live cd? Not strictly true.. if you allready have a linux installation then you can do ...
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- 08-13-2004 #11Originally Posted by variant"Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
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- 08-13-2004 #12
I recently suffered that, not the reboot w/o sh, but the livecd scrambles the password after you disconnect, I left while compiling system, and came back the next morning to find my passwd was scrabled.....that was annoying, made sense, but was annoying.
- 08-13-2004 #13
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- Jul 2003
- Stockholm, Sweden
the password is random.. you should set the password with passwd command if you plan to use it over ssh..
sarumont: yep.. my brother did that but lukily the server he rents has a network boot debian rescue system which can be controlled via a web interface :D
- 08-13-2004 #14
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- Jun 2004
I'm installing gentoo at the moment I have to say, it IS extremely well documented.. I'm currently compiling emu10k1, been doing that for ~2h (had depencies so the list of programs to compile just grew bigger ).. Hopefully everything goes fine, and I can be using my gentoo tomorrow