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Senha no terminal - Terminal password

Posted March 7, 2021 88 views
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Qual a senha no padrão no terminal? ou qual é a senha?

What is the default password without a terminal? or what is a password?

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Hi @tiagoas77,

Do you have your droplet in mind in regards to your default password? Additionally, if you are trying to access your droplet via the WebConsole, you’ll first need to reset your password.

To reset your password, goo to your Droplet’s Information in your Control Panel –> Click on Access and from there reset your root password.

That button will send a mail to your e-mail account providing you with the root password of your droplet. From there you should be able to access it via the WebConsole.

Regards,
KFSys

Hello, @tiagoas77

If you’re unable to access your droplet you can try to reset the root password and then check your email and access the droplet via the web console.

You can reset your root password your account. Navigate to the control panel. From the project the Droplet is in, or from the main navigation’s Droplets page, locate the Droplet. Click the Droplet’s name to open its detail page, then select Access in the left navigation.

Click Reset Root Password to reset the Droplet’s password. You will receive an email containing the Droplet’s temporary password.

Note: Some operating systems use internally-managed passwords, which means you cannot reset the root password from the control panel. In these cases, you’ll see the following message in the Reset root password section:

Once you have received your new password you can either ssh to the droplet using your ssh client or access the droplet using the DigitalOcean console:

https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/droplets/resources/console/

Log In with the Console

From the DigitalOcean Control Panel, first click the name of the Droplet you want to access, then select Access from the left navigation. Click the Launch Console button to open a web-based console session.

When the console opens, click the console screen and press ENTER to ensure that the login prompt has focus. At the login prompt, enter the user you want to log in as. This is typically the root user or a user configured with sudo privileges.

When prompted, enter the password associated with the account. For security purposes, your password will not be displayed on the screen as you type or paste it into the command line.

Once you’ve entered the password, press ENTER. If this is the first time you’ve logged in after resetting the root password through the control panel, you are prompted to enter the password again, then asked to choose a new password.

Once you’ve successfully entered your credentials you should be logged in to your Droplet.

Hope that helps!
Regards,
Alex