[App_rpt-users] Default login??

Steve Zingman szingman at msgstor.com
Thu Jan 11 09:50:39 EST 2018


login: repeater
password: allstarlink

will FORCE you to change the password.
User repeater has sudo privileges, so you can set the root password if 
you like.

Steve

On 1/11/2018 9:43 AM, Pierre Martel wrote:
> High, Just installed dial that I downloaded last night from the 
> allstrlink site.
>
> Installed 64 bit version. all went well it found my network card 
> without a problem downloaded all it needed rebooted, never asked a 
> question. then it rebooted and now it ask for a login
>
> I did try user debian password debian, did not work
> try root password debian, still no go
>
> Was there a change in the login?
>
> I found that information from the faq pages of dial
>
> http://docs.allstarlink.org/drupal/node/170
>
> Q: How do I login to DIAL?
> A: You can login as user debian with a password of debian (normal 
> user) or loging as root with a password of debian (super user).
>
> Anyone can help?
>
> Pierre VE2PF
>
>
>
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