[xubuntu-users] How to get to a recovery console on xubuntu 11.10?

Oscar Andres Alvarez Montero oscar.alvarez.montero at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 19:15:58 UTC 2011


Hi,

In my blog there is a guide for solved:
http://kidtux.wordpress.com/2011/07/15/contrasena/,

But is in spanish ;).


2011/12/17 Karim REKIK <wkrekik at gmail.com>

> Edit :the* right key is shift*
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> 2011/12/17 Karim REKIK <wkrekik at gmail.com>
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>> To show grub menu the right is shift, not escape. Hope it helps
>> Wajdi Rekik
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>> 2011/12/17 Chris Green <cl at isbd.net>
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>>> I have installed xubuntu 11.10 on an Intel chipset system, it installed
>>> OK except for one rather glaring problem (which may be my fault) I don't
>>> seem to know the password on the main/default account.  Thus, not only
>>> can't I log in, except to the guest account, but I can't get in as root
>>> to fix it either.
>>>
>>> So I have tried to get the grub menu to appear at startup but I can't,
>>> hitting escape during boot doesn't seem to do anything at all.
>>>
>>> The xubuntu 11.10 installation CD doesn't offer a recovery mode, do any
>>> of the alternative CDs offer a recovery mode and/or is there another way
>>> to get to a recovery prompt?
>>>
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