internet becomes craps everyday more
Le 11/05/2012 16:19, Basil Chupin a écrit :
On 12/05/12 00:00, email@example.com wrote:
Am Freitag, den 11.05.2012, 23:50 +1000 schrieb Basil Chupin:
On 11/05/12 23:36, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I mis-used the passwd command and I think I ended up setting a root
password that I now can't seem to remember. At least entering
recovery mode prompts for a root password now, and none will do.
Sudo works fine, so is there a way to disable the root password from
Thanks in advance,
Yes, but go and do a search on your problem and you will find a
answers on how to do it :-) .
And doing some research for yourself will teach you not to forget
passwords that you set :-) .
But I so prefer doing blindly what I'm told and hosing my system
That's the spirit! :-) .
But seriously, look at it from this angle: I don't know where you are
but where I am right now it is just past midnight and it is 0008 hours
on Saturday 12 May but in Los Angeles it is 0800 hours on Friday and
1008 hours in New York.
Now, you were fortunate to find that someone was awake and available
to give you the answer otherwise you may have had to wait for hours
and hours before someone who knew the answer would even read your
post. So, the first thing to do is to use the web and search for the
answer. But you also some most excellent sources of information in the
K/Ubuntu Documentation - https://help.ubuntu.com/community - but
(possibly even better) also Launchpad - https://launchpad.net/ .
I must admit that when searching the net for an answer not only will
you get some gems but you will also get some furphies which will turn
your system into mush if you follow what they say. So, the best places
to go first are the 2 I just mentioned - Documentation and Launchpad.
Cannot find the answer there - then ask in this mail list or the
Ubuntu mail list.
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