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Debian Can't Login to Debian 8.1

I installed Debian 8.1Smilie with Xubuntu as dual boot Smilie...
During installation of Debian 8.1 i skipped user account creation Smilie ...now i can't login to Debian 8.1 SmilieSmilie ..help...

Last edited by Zorion10; 08-21-2015 at 08:48 AM.. Reason: Spelling error
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Boot in single user mode and set root password.

Put init=/bin/sh at the end of GRUB line starting with linux /boot .. and boot
Then you will get root prompt from which you can change/set password via passwd command.

You can find more resources online and exact steps.

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Peasant.
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