On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 11:59:02 AM UTC+1, Daniil .Travnikov wrote:
> The same when I see screensaver password. How could I change it?
I believe passwd is a UNIX command across all Linux systems, including Qubes OS
which is based on-top of Fedora/Xen. So this is "perhaps" what you're looking
I looked around, and I found this different Qubes password issue fix which
includes the use of passwd
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/qubes-users/ckDuXUz1qOw it seems to
indicate that passwd is used for Qubes too, not surprisingly, but I can't tell
with certainty so I had to look for confirmation.
Try "man passwd" or "passwd --help" in dom0, it should give you instructions. I
believe there is no difference here between Fedora and Qubes running on-top of
Fedora, when it comes to passwords, however, be careful as I do not know this
You might want to backup everything first if you're doing something that can
potentially lock you out of your system. If you are in a hurry, then only
backup the AppVM's or the most important AppVM's, just be sure to keep your
important data safe. Too many take the risk and some day end up paying the
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