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Hmm. maybe you have to use sudo "su -" ?...
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  1. #11
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    Hmm. maybe you have to use sudo "su -"?
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    Try the following at a terminal prompt

    sudo passwd
    enter
    and it should ask for a password

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    That would change the knoppix user's password, not root's.
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