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IronFixXxeR

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[Solved] A few questions
« on: May 27, 2017, 04:19:04 PM »
Running Rokos V8 on a Raspberry Pi 3 and 64GB microSD card.

When I change the password from the terminal using
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sudo passwd it does not save after the Raspberry Pi is restarted.  It resets back to the default of "rokos".

What version of Linux is Rokos based off of?  It shows "Ubuntu" when booting up but when I did apt-get update/upgrade it was downloading a bunch of stuff for Raspbian it looked like.

Along the same lines as the previous question, which version of RealVNC should I be downloading?  I'd like to control Rokos from another computer.  I tried installing the ARM version for Raspberry Pi but when clicking the install button it beings installing but then stops and the install button comes back.  Not able to install it.  Maybe I've got the wrong version?

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Re: A few questions
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2017, 04:54:08 PM »
Running Rokos V8 on a Raspberry Pi 3 and 64GB microSD card.

When I change the password from the terminal using
Code: [Select]
sudo passwd it does not save after the Raspberry Pi is restarted.  It resets back to the default of "rokos".

What version of Linux is Rokos based off of?  It shows "Ubuntu" when booting up but when I did apt-get update/upgrade it was downloading a bunch of stuff for Raspbian it looked like.

Along the same lines as the previous question, which version of RealVNC should I be downloading?  I'd like to control Rokos from another computer.  I tried installing the ARM version for Raspberry Pi but when clicking the install button it beings installing but then stops and the install button comes back.  Not able to install it.  Maybe I've got the wrong version?

- To change the normal pi user password you need to do:

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passwd
no sudo.

- ROKOS is an hybrid system, its v8 is based of xubuntu 16.04


- For the vnc question you have 2 choices:

Read the tutorials over the ROKOS github

or



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