Matt_AT
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DO180 Lab: Log-in to workstation

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Hi! I am stuck at setting up my lab environment for the DO180 course. On pages 19/20 of the lab manual I should log into the workstation, open a terminal and issue the lab-configure command. When I click "OPEN CONSOLE" at the Lab Environment page, I get a GNOME desktop and a "Student User" to log in to. With the password on the Lab Environment page the login fails. Also when I try to log in with the username and password provided there. Any idea what the password for the "Student User" might be? Cheers,Matt

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DavidOBrien
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Hi Matt.

The password for the student user should always be "student" (no quotes). Don't use the value of `RHT_OCP4_DEV_PASSWORD` because that is for the cluster itself.

Hope that helps.

David

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DavidOBrien
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Hi Matt.

The password for the student user should always be "student" (no quotes). Don't use the value of `RHT_OCP4_DEV_PASSWORD` because that is for the cluster itself.

Hope that helps.

David

Matt_AT
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Thank you, David!

Is this described somewhere and did I just overlook it or is this information missing completely in the documents?

Cheers, Matthias

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DavidOBrien
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Hi Matthias.

If you look at the section "Orientation to the Classroom Environment" in the Introduction you should see the following para:

"All student computer systems have a standard user account, student, which has the password
student. The root password on all student systems is redhat."

Hope this helps~!

David

Matt_AT
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I have passed this line at least five times :)

Sometimes you don't see the sun even if it's shining.

Thank you!!

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