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Revision as of 10:30, 12 April 2013

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

This configuration screen, seen in Figure 4.4a, requires you to set the root or administrative password.

Figure 4.4a: Set Root Password

The system password, also known as the root, superuser, or administrative password, is required for system administration tasks such as installing server software, setting up your printer, or changing settings that affect all users. You will need to remember this password for the times that you are prompted for it. The password must be a minimum of 4 characters, and you are required to type it in twice to confirm the password. Click the "Next" button when you are finished.

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