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i set up SuSE linux just fine and then it goes to a log in screen..the problem is i didnt enter a log in name..i entered a admin pass but ...
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    i set up SuSE linux just fine and then it goes to a log in screen..the problem is i didnt enter a log in name..i entered a admin pass but i cant log in

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    Are you at a graphical login screen? If so, there should be a username with a picture on the left side of the login manager, and you would just have to enter a password.
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    no im not

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    Then you should be able to login with the username "root" and the admin password you set during the install.
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    thank you it works

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    ds80mx, I'd advise you to make a non-root (non-admin) user for yourself for security reasons, especialy if you are going online, since you don't want to acedentily delete that all-important file or some sutch
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