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    basic credeintials to log in .BananaPi BPI-M2Z(H2+) - how to log in as root

    hello dear all ubuntu-experts.



    question of this thread: basic credeintials to log in .BananaPi BPI-M2Z(H2+)

    just bootet the BananaPi BPI-M2Z(H2+) New Image Raspbian & Ubuntu Release 2018-07-09

    but now i need the basic credeintials to log in ..:


    well i need the master passwd and user for this release.
    This release is for banana pi M2Z board which is based on Allwinner H2+,

    i guess that there are two images released,
    Raspbian 8.0 is based on kernel 3.4 and Ubuntu 16.04 is based on kernel 3.4.
    the question is: now i need the basic credeintials to log in ..:



    love to hear from you

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    Re: basic credeintials to log in .BananaPi BPI-M2Z(H2+) - how to log in as root

    Enough!

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