F11 Liveuser Password
R. G. Newbury
newbury at mandamus.org
Sun Jun 21 02:19:16 UTC 2009
> > *You are right!!* We should rant! And rave! And get *really, really
> > angry!* Quick! Give me the microphone! So that I can yell the *loud,
> > funny words!*
> > No one else has downloaded this and booted this? No one else has
> > complained? In this much time? Really?
> > The Live-CD KDE boots with out a login screen of any kind here. None at
> > all. It boot right to the KDE desktop.
> > Having a bad day are you? :-)
> > --
>On my desktop, I had this problem with F10, trying to get to rescue the
>system; F11 loaded straight away on my laptop. The difference appears >to
>have been that the /tmp on my desktop had no space....... My
I find it hard to believe that a LiveCD would have a problem because
/tmp on the harddrive was full (although it IS possible that the live
instance DOES use /tmp...not sure). But in my case, I had attempted to
install F11, but it barfed during package selection. Rescue-is-possible
showed me that Ananconda had indeed formatted the partitions...so /tmp
was definitely empty in my case. And the LiveKDE disk wanted a password,
which the LiveGnome disk did not. And I installed from there.
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