thomas.schneller at swipp.de
Mon Oct 24 09:41:08 CDT 2005
> the intent is that you should log in as 'oem'
How do I do that?
On Mon, 24 Oct 2005 15:13:16 +0100, Colin Watson wrote
> On Mon, Oct 24, 2005 at 02:52:45PM +0200, Thomas Schneller wrote:
> > I just did some testing with the OEM installer:
> > http://loktarogar.blogspot.com/2005/10/using-ubuntu-510-oem-mode.html
> > worked fine so far. But some questions:
> > during installation it asks for a password. What is that good for?
> It's the password for the 'oem' user which is created temporarily after
> the installation to allow you to customise the system.
> > after installation is finished there is a option to run a hardware
> > did that and found for example, sound was not playing. But after I booted
> > again and created a user account sound was ok. A bug?
> > Also missing is a option for some branding. Change wallpaper and stuff
> > that. I am able to do any testing as I am working in a testlab with access
> > various laoptops.
> This facility is not supposed to be provided by the installer; the
> intent is that you should log in as 'oem', change whatever defaults you
> want to change, and then (duplicate the system and) ship to the end
> Colin Watson [cjwatson at ubuntu.com]
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