Hi, thanks for the tip, but sudo is not installed, and I can’t install anything
since apt-get requires root access, or at least sudo.
Maybe I left the configuration half-finished when I used the serial console? I
don’t recall this part.
> El 4 feb 2018, a las 20:16, gilberto dos santos alves <gsa...@gmail.com>
> hi. have you used
> sudo passwd root
> (choose one new pass for root)
> (confirm new rott pass)
> su -
> (inform new root pass from previus step)
> now your prompt is using # and you are root
> Em 03/02/2018 05:41, <ges...@ftp83plus.net <mailto:ges...@ftp83plus.net>>
> Indeed there are only a handful of passwords I temporarily use for systems
> that aren't open to the Internet. Tried all of them, but it didn't succeed.
> I clearly recall that it worked using the serial console, though.
> Enviado desde mi iPhone
> > El 3 feb 2018, a las 1:02, Martin Michlmayr <t...@cyrius.com
> > <mailto:t...@cyrius.com>> escribió:
> > * [ftp83plus] <ges...@ftp83plus.net <mailto:ges...@ftp83plus.net>>
> > [2018-02-02 21:20]:
> >> but command su -s always denies me permission when I enter password for
> >> user.
> > Maybe I misread your email, but with "su" you have to provide the root
> > password, not the password for your user.
> > --
> > Martin Michlmayr
> > http://www.cyrius.com/ <http://www.cyrius.com/>