default recommended install results in log-in prompt
andrew at exlayer.co.uk
Sun Sep 25 11:33:15 BST 2005
> First and foremost, why when I opted for the most straightforward
> install options, upon rebooting the system I was presented with a
> login and password prompt! No reference to this during the install,
> used to YAST2 in linux when you are guided through creating a user
> account, but this one appears to come out of no where. Any
During the install you are led through the setup of the root and any
user accounts. Refer to the install instructions again.
> Secondly, although I'm subsribed to the list - does this mean I will
> receive copies of every question submitted, got several emails about
> backing up to DVD for example. Given I'm a newbie, I'm not likely to
> be able to help anyone meaningfully for some time, can I change this
No, you are subscribed and will receive all emails sent to
freebsd-users at uk.freebsd.org. Simply delete them if they're not
relevant to you.
> Thanks in advance
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