Default Jenkins User Password
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
I have a fresh install of Jenkins as a service on my Linux machine. When Jenkins installs, it creates a 'jenkins' user, but I can't seem to find the default password for it anywhere.
I'm trying to secure my system, so if the default password is '123' or something insecure that I just haven't thought of yet, that's a problem.
UEC CD install: login on node? default user/password?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 6, 2010
I am trying to set up a simple cloud with two machines with the Ubuntu 10.04 Server Edition CD. The first machine will be the front end with cloud controller, cluster controller, storage controller and walrus. The second will be a node with only the node controller installed.
I'm strictly following this guide https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEC/CDInstall
When installing the front end I get prompted for a user name and password.
But when installing the node controller, there is no prompt at all. I had some difficulties setting up the cloud and wanted to take a look in the config files and log files on the node. But without a password I cannot login the node machine. I can connect with ssh to an instance running on the node, but not to the node itself (again I would need a user/password).
Is this the intended behaviour? Why is the admin not given login information for the node machine?
Or are is there a default user name and password? (I searched the web, but all I found was
Change user password in ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 13, 2010
I have a netbook with ubuntu installed. I lost the user password, so tried to change it in single user mode.
The problem is when I try to change the password with command (passwd user), it says the following error:
Forgot user password and cannot logon to Ubuntu Studio
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 13, 2011
I have forgotten my user password and cannot get past the logon screen. Is there a way to recover beside reinstalling Ubuntu Studio from scratch? (I am new to Ubuntu Studio).
[SOLVED] default root, user is not in the sudoers file
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2011
I have a newly installed ubuntu 11.10.
I have created only one user.
I would like to change some settings, which require root password, which is unknown for me and when 'su' is typed, the next message is received:
'csj is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.'
What can I do now?
Thank you very much for your help in advance.
How to edit PAM DB of VSFTPD (..add user, delete user, change user password )
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 1, 2012
I followed the below link to configure vsftpd virtual user configuration using pam db
Using stdin to add Samba user/password in bash script
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 20, 2011
Hi, I am writing a script that will add a user to my server that includes a system user, samba user, shared samba and nfs home folder, access to a public folder and possibly an rsa key for my vpn. Anyway everything was going fine until I needed to add the Samba user and I can't for the life of me figure out how to use stdin to give the smbpasswd program the password that is/will be defined by a read input from the user, meant to be used for both the system id and the samba id. I like to divide my scripts into small functions to be added to a main routine later on so here is my function:
# Add user and password to Samba
(echo $pass; echo $pass) | smbpasswd -s -a $user
and this is the output it gives me from bash -x
+ read user
+ read pass
+ echo password
+ echo password
+ smbpasswd -s -a user
Failed to add entry for user user.
and if I only have one instance of the password, ie:
# Add user and password to Samba
Linux and SAMBA user password
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 13, 2013
I run a ubuntu server with samba running for accessing from a Windows 7 stand alone PC some shares.
I know I have to create a linux user first.
Than, I have to add a linux user to the samba database
Last, I have to assign a samba password to the user.
The problem is that from windows when i try to access the share it only works using the linux password and not the samba one.
What is that I do wrong?
Is it possible to have this scenario working?
User A has administrtive priviledges and has password "abc"
User A is added to SAMBA
User A Samba password is "def"
I wish to access from windows this way:
Can this be done?
Also, I forgot: how to assign a linux user admin priviledges and how to verify of this? I believe there should be a file for usres.
Change AD user password with Likewiseopen integration
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 24, 2010
I'm posting this to help other Ubuntu users that are joining their machines to an Active Directory network and need to change their user account password.
If you use the standard passwd command you'll get an unhelpful error.
Password does not meet requirements
passwd: Authentication token manipulation error
passwd: password unchanged
You will need to use the kpasswd command instead.
Why set the user password if only browser is used?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 20, 2012
Root password set.
Is there any security reason to also have a password for the normal non-root user, given that only one person has physical access to the pc and it is used only for browsing the internet?
Using peppermint two.
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