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    Default root password

    hi
    sorry for this really bad question
    but i have backtrack 4 installed
    and when i want to run something it says i have to be
    root , so i typed in su root
    and it asked for password.
    so first i thought its my password, but it wasn't
    then i tested the standard for backtrack : toor
    but also not the right one.
    so is there a other standard password?
    or which on that is searching for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ETM@bt View Post
    hi
    sorry for this really bad question
    but i have backtrack 4 installed
    and when i want to run something it says i have to be
    root , so i typed in su root
    and it asked for password.
    so first i thought its my password, but it wasn't
    then i tested the standard for backtrack : toor
    but also not the right one.
    so is there a other standard password?
    or which on that is searching for?
    See these posts you keep making are why you are not getting any answers. KMDave told you in the German community to learn the basics first.
    You have also been given the same answer in the English Community as well.
    If you can't bother to take the time and read ( probably 5 minutes max), then you are never going to get anywhere here.
    # man sudo
    google = default ubuntu root password
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
    ForumRules
    ForumFAQ
    If you are new to Back|Track
    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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    try
    Code:
    sudo command
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