Ive just burnt linux to a cd.At end off config,it asks me for user name and password.It wont accept anything i put in,help anyone?
Will it accept blank entries?Failing that, give more info about the version of linus you have and what you are trying to do.
No,it will not accept a blank entry.Idownloaded Linux Nome liv cd fron the following site after opening Octels link in another thread.click hereclick hereUsing USA (indiana.edu) [+]I booted pc from cdrom,went through the configeration process,it then asked me for a user name and password,wont accept anyhing that i enter.
Excuse typing,damn laptops!!
Any idea anyone?
First; if you're coming from Windows, you may be more comfortable with PCLinuxOS 2007 (rather than the Gnome version).Second, if it's the same as PCLinuxOS 2007, try a user name of guest, with a password of guest.If still no go, try root and root, although as a general rule, you should not get into the habit of using root to use a Linux system.
As LastChip says don't use the Gnome-2.21.2 version, use the 2007 version and use the Belgium site, I find that one is the fastest for us over here in Europe.
I should say the only real difference is the look of the desktop, the 2007 uses the KDE desktop which I think you will be more familiar with coming from Windows.
Thank,will try your suggestions,and get back to you
Mant thanks for your advice,downloaded PCLinux 2007 and all is well,just got to work out now what to do with it etc.
Thanks for the feedback and pop back and let us know how you get on with it.
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