If you have a Windows computer you can use a Linux live CD's or USB stick and temporarily boot to Linux without installing it. Then fix the SD card. When done, reboot the PC without the boot media and it will be back to normal. There are many Linux distro's that offer a 'live' boot option you can download.Mr.Mancardo wrote:I have the same problem as Grahambb. I haven't used my raspberry pi in a year.But all the solutions I have seen don't work. This is frustrating because I don't have another Linux machine either!
Can you help me?
ultimatepi wrote:Hi there
Once you have got it back to default, I wouldn't suggest changing it unless you really want to as your Pi won't get hacked.
Or better, set a strong password for root, set a strong password for pi, consider renaming the pi id to something personal and remove pi from the sudoers file (or better restrict the commands pi can run with sudo).ultimatepi wrote:Once you have got it back to default, I wouldn't suggest changing it unless you really want to as your Pi won't get hacked.
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