[SATLUG] Can't Enter My Password

Andy wg5o at sbcglobal.net
Mon Sep 3 03:49:46 CDT 2012

Thanks.  Now that I can get in,        maybe I can fix stuff.  The next 
step seems to be t get it to connect to the Internet.  But, I bookmarked 
the referenced site on my Eee.  I have it on a seperate monitor, so I 
can have a handy reference.

Andy, wg5o at sbcglobal.net

hc at lookcee.com wrote:
> hay andy, Travis got your PW addressed so now hopefully you can go here:
> http://debianhelp.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/to-do-list-after-installing-ubuntu-12-04-lts-aka-precise-pangolin/
> 12.04 is the hardest learning curve since 5.04. I confess that fixing OS stuf is not my idea of good time so I was happy with the older Gnome even in 11.04 I did the option 'classic'
> but even the classic is now changed but I like it ok now after more than a month. The above link really helped me out, not cussing near as much
> hh
> On Sunday, September 2, 2012 20:59, "Andy" <wg5o at sbcglobal.net> said:
>>   *I'm your resident, ignorant desktop user who occasionaly surfaces.  I
>> put the following post on Ubuntu Forms, Installation & Upgrade.  So far,
>> no luck there.  I'm reduced to using my Eee and Puppy-powered, little
>> box.  I can't access any of my files.
>> Thanks,
>> Andy
>> can't enter password*
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> I upgraded 32 bit Ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04. When I click on my name at log
>> in it gives me no chance to enter my password, it just says "log in." If
>> I click on "avg," (whatever that is) it says "Password," and allows me
>> to enter mine, which is rejected. I can log in as "Guest," and the
>> installation seems otherwise good. If, as a guest, I go to system
>> settings, system, user accounts, my password is accepted, and I have
>> tried Automatic LO in both on and off, without effect.
>> I need to find a way to log in, or how to go back o 10.04.
>> Help!
>> Andy Pickens
>> San Antonio, TX
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