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  If I remember correctly, just boot the image, and use sudo.  If you want a root user, edit the passwd file. --[[User:Wmat|Wmat]] ([[User talk:Wmat|talk]]) 14:00, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
 
  If I remember correctly, just boot the image, and use sudo.  If you want a root user, edit the passwd file. --[[User:Wmat|Wmat]] ([[User talk:Wmat|talk]]) 14:00, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
  
So, what is the default user login and password? I wasn't even trying to get to 'root' yet. Now that the kernel can finally mount the microSD card while running from the eMMC, I'll just mount the image and look at /etc/passwd myself. The only one that looks inviting is 'guest'. --[[User:Jkridner|Jkridner]] ([[User talk:Jkridner|talk]]) 17:45, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
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So, what is the default user login and password? I wasn't even trying to get to 'root' yet. Now that the kernel can finally mount the microSD card while running from the eMMC, I'll just mount the image and look at /etc/passwd myself. The only one that looks inviting is 'guest'. --[[User:Jkridner|Jkridner]] ([[User talk:Jkridner|talk]]) 17:45, 15 August 2013 (UTC)

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What are the logins and passwords for these images?

If I remember correctly, just boot the image, and use sudo.  If you want a root user, edit the passwd file. --Wmat (talk) 14:00, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
So, what is the default user login and password? I wasn't even trying to get to 'root' yet. Now that the kernel can finally mount the microSD card while running from the eMMC, I'll just mount the image and look at /etc/passwd myself. The only one that looks inviting is 'guest'. --Jkridner (talk) 17:45, 15 August 2013 (UTC)