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Installed kali on my RPI:
1. Changed the default passwd
2. Did update && upgrade

Now im unable to login with my new passwd and have no idea why :/

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  • 3
    Changed kbd-layout?
  • 1
  • 3
    Huh. Can you log in with the old pass? Have you made any user besides root? Can you log in with either root or another user?
  • 1
    πŸ“Œ
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  • 1
    @NoMad nop i haven't the chance to do anything πŸ˜‚

    But i solved it. I did format my sd card then flash it and boot it againπŸ˜‚(i had no choice)
  • 2
    Just put the sd to the pc and chroot into it. Cross arch chroot is not the fastest but works.
  • 0
    @ilikeglue if it happened again, will do it. Thanks for the tip :D
  • 3
    @NoMad SSH access for root from remote is usually disabled for security reasons.
  • 2
    Reset it with advanced options in GRUB
  • 2
    @ddephor ssh server isn't preinstalled in kali
  • 1
    @vocuzi Ah, I see, we're talking about a Raspi with keyboard and screen, so a direct login is possible.

    That's not what I see as a normal use of a Raspi.

    All Raspis or similar devices I use, run without GUI, only accessible via SSH. I wouldn't wanna use that thing as a PC replacement.
  • 1
    @ddephor bet you haven't tasted Kali on rpi yet.
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