Re: HELP - Problem with Debian (password of root)
At the first start of a fresh debian installation you are asked to enter
the root password (if I remember correctly). It would be very strange if
you were never prompted for that.
Why don't you just install with so called "Debian of October". In this
world it's not necessary to reinstall your whole system regularly. Just
update your software with "apt-get update" and "apt-get upgrade".
Manuel Gómez wrote:
Hi, i would like to install Debian (19 December) but i have a problem:
The root password doesn't works, i have tried to install Debian two
times but it happens the same.
My installation is this:
35 gb for "/",
15 gb for "/usr" with /nodev,
5 gb for "/tmp" with /nodev and /nosuid,
6 gb for "/var" with /nodev.
The last version of Debian was works properly with this configuration
(Debian of October), but the last version (december) not. Why this
happen? What could i do? I don't want the password, but install Debian
Thank you very much, I appreciate your help.