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Linux Password Issues:
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Hello all!

I have just recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 on a virtual-box; it is to be used as the base for a server based project that I am working on. I installed it, but I have a reached an issue where I need to input a password: (see attachment)


Any help would be appreciated.  Heart Heart Heart Big Grin


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I had never used Ubuntu just once and it was on my friend laptop.
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Kurdy
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(09-25-2017, 06:55 AM)Mr.Kurd Wrote: I had never used Ubuntu just once and it was on my friend laptop.

Heart Heart  It is pretty good, I like it because its visually appealing. But it wasn't the first distro I started with, that was Linux Mint and I hated that.. I don't know why though, I think it wasn't visually appealing.. its a problem  Big Grin Big Grin
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(09-24-2017, 08:29 PM)Sh7ank-Z0id Wrote: Hello all!

I have just recently installed Ubuntu 16.04 on a virtual-box; it is to be used as the base for a server based project that I am working on. I installed it, but I have a reached an issue where I need to input a password: (see attachment)

As far as i can see while installing you opted for encrypt your home directory and with that option you were prompted for a password. That's the password you need to use for using your home directory.
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