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Re: Emergency mode when root account locked



On Vi, 04 dec 20, 08:09:44, Greg Wooledge wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 04, 2020 at 12:00:14PM +0000, deandre wrote:
> > My problem is when I try to boot up deepin(Debian 10 buster)
> 
> Deepin is not Debian.  It's a derivative.  Your problems with Deepin
> should be asked on a Deepin support list, because the users there will
> have more knowledge about your operating system than we do.

While your guess is probably right, just for the archives, there is also 
a Deepin Desktop Environment, with several components available already 
in buster and many more to come.

https://salsa.debian.org/pkg-deepin-team
 
> I am also going to guess that Deepin, like Ubuntu, defaults to giving
> you a user account with sudo access, and no root password.  You can
> achieve that in Debian as well, by doing something special during the
> installation.  In all cases, it's a stupid idea and you shouldn't do it.

This is a pretty strong (and harsh!) statement. Care to expand on the 
reasons?

Kind regards,
Andrei
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