5/4/2018 2:54 PM I installed the PowerChute Network Shutdown v4.2 VMware Virtual Appliance. When the.ovf is deployed and the VM is powered on, you walk through a text based initial setup. In that setup, there's an option to change the root password which is what I did. After setting up all other parameters I closed the initial setup and now I'm presented with a login screen but I can't login because it won't accept the password.
At first I thought I f'd up in the initial setup by entering a different password from what I wrote down so I deleted the VM and started over again but at the second installation of the VM, I have the same problem. I can't login with username: root and password: changed at initial setup What's the issue here? Edit: to avoid confusion, I'm talking about the Linux terminal account here, not the Powerchute account (Powerchute works fine). 5/4/2018 7:18 PM (in response to First) Hi, Sorry for the inconvenience. The root password is what is entered during the initial configuration. There is no back door password however you may find information on the web for resetting CentOS 7 root password. I suggest reinstalling and configuring the root password to something simple as a test.
Try PCNSlogin. You can change the password after once logged in with the command passwd. I would also create a secondary user and password during the initial setup.
I have unsuccesfully tried to install PowerChute network shutdown for Apc UPS on iMac. PowerChute network shutdown is reported to be compatible with Mac OS X Server 10.6.2 while the iMac has OS X 10.6.2, which is potentially different. After some investigation I have found at least a majour problem: all the shell scripts which are installed contain carriage returns, showed as ^m, and it is a known issue they cannot work till carriage return are not removed. I seriously doubt OS X Server and OS X for iMac differ in the way they deal carriage returns into script files, so I cannot see how PowerChute network shutdown can work with the Mac OS X Server 10.6.2. Anyone has tried this APC product with Apple computers? And with iMac?
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