.... and voila, it worked!!!
Please explain how this is related to this ancient topic.JoshuaLaLonde wrote: ↑Sat Jun 30, 2018 6:19 pmFrom the initial boot, if you have never used the OS on this micro SD before...
login name is raspex
Password is also raspex
They couldn't have just kept it the same login "pi" and password "raspberry" to confuse everyone.
Not sure if this answer is posted way down the thread or not, but I'm not trying to read all of that to find out so this may be a repeat post.
I am very new at Raspbian. I have been having quite the adventure trying to install nextcloudpi. After installing to the SD card, it booted to the command line. That login was originally:login pi, password raspberry. In the config menus, I changed the the boot to GUI rather than CLI. I rebooted and got a GUI screen and had the exact problem the original poster had, that is, any password combination I had seen on the web would not work.c9ine wrote: ↑Sun Jan 06, 2013 2:26 amHi all,
I've just got my pi up and running and I can't seem to get past the login screen. I'm using "pi" as the login and "raspberry" as the password. As soon as I hit enter, the screen turns black with a small cursor in the top left corner, then after about two seconds it takes me right back to the login screen. I tried this with the Default Xsession, LXDE, and Openbox with the same result every time. Power cycling the board didn't help anything.
I'm running Wheezy Raspbian 2012.09, which came pre-installed on a HungryPi SD card.
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chown -R pi:pi /home/pi
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chown -R myaccount:myaccount /home/myaccount