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Re: F11 Liveuser Password

On 6/19/2009 6:31 PM, DB wrote:
> fedora-list-request redhat com wrote:
>> Subject: Re: F11 Liveuser Password
>> To: "Community assistance, encouragement,    and advice for using
>>     Fedora." <fedora-list redhat com>
>> Message-ID: <4A3BFB7D 9010308 comcast net>
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>> On 6/19/2009 4:16 PM, R. G. Newbury wrote:
>>> > "Kevin J. Cummings" wrote
>>> >    
>>>> >> R. G. Newbury wrote:
>>>>> >> > OK, Now I'm really frustrated.
>>>>> >> > What IS the password for the 'liveuser' user?
>>> >    
>>>> >>Password?  When the GDM screen comes up, it auto-logins after a short
>>>> >>wait (less than a minute ISTR).  When inside the environment, I can
>>>> >>type "su -" and I'm not asked for a password....
>>> > > This is the LiveCD-KDE spin. When the login screen comes up it is
>>> > exactly like a normal KDE login. It NEVER auto-logs.
>>> > > And NO password works.
>>> >    
>>>>> >> > Of course, there is NOTHING in the release notes.
>>>>> >> > Thanks guys  </sarcastic>
>>> > > But I repeat myself. This is another example of stupid nanny
>>> actions.
>>> > The damn thing is a LIVECD. It does not NEED a password for the
>>> user: it
>>> > creates the user. Kabuki security revisited ( the prior visitation
>>> being
>>> > that root is denied access to install programs through the browser,
>>> > although a normal user (acting as an abnormal user) is allowed to
>>> do the
>>> > same thing.)
>> *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
> imagination??????

If you used the Fedora Live-CD then the whole OS was, more or less,
loaded into the memory of your computer. Do you actually have a
dedicated partition that is /tmp on your hard drive? If so. Why?

And if it was 'full' I would think that would have been because of
Fedora 10.



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