Re: I cannot log in to my debian wheezy system!
I- m starting to get desperate! I found lots of instructions on the
web about how to solve this, but none of them works. Example, I
In grub press e ton edit options
add to init options
press b to boot
Then mount -o remount,rw /
(repeating new password twice)
and then giving new password.
Does not work, I cannot get into my system
On 2012-03-16, Greg Madden <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Friday 16 March 2012 12:47:06 pm Kjetil brinchmann Halvorsen wrote:
>> My system, debian wheezy amd-64, refuses to recognize my password. I am
>> sure I am typing it correctly.
>> I was able to , at login time, where grub pauses to ask which kernel tyo
>> to choose the maintenance option, dropping me to a shell. There I was able
>> to type
>> sudo passwd kjetil
>> which asked to give a new password, which I repeated
>> then it said password succesfully changed. But no effect,
>> I can still not login!
>> What is happeninmg?
> If you arre logged in to the singler user mode, maintenace shell?, you are
> and do not need to use 'sudo' That said, not sure about your failed login as
> user. Maybe try using the 'passwd' command without 'sudo',
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