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Once I installed Redhat 7.3 I got to the Xwindows login screen. I cant figure out my login >8( I tried my root login and pass, and i tried my kernal login and pass neither work >8( i tried them all in differnt order and same effect. Anyone tell me what iam doin wrong here?
Also when i type my pass, the cursor dosent move where it would normally type ******* is this normal?
Originally posted by nerocon Once I installed Redhat 7.3 I got to the Xwindows login screen. I cant figure out my login >8( I tried my root login and pass, and i tried my kernal login and pass neither work >8( i tried them all in differnt order and same effect. Anyone tell me what iam doin wrong here?
what do you mean by kernel login.....If you have forgotten your pass or login log back as root in
single mode....make changes to /etc/passwd......read this:
I got it, thx alot for the help A-Dummy. hehe turns out it was really a total newb thing didint relize the login it wanted was Root, or the user account setup at install hehehehe. Sorry to waste your time on such a trivial encounter.