drdavidk wrote:It's been a while, but I don't recall there being a password for AVlinux. Try leaving it empty? I never had any password trouble setting it up.
I should have taken a screenshot !!!
I tried blank password, I tried ever normal password used in some other distributions requiring a password but none work." it opened to a login dialog that should not have been there (this was a live session). Worse, for some reason the dialog rejected all my attempts at logging in. I checked Google, and sure enough I wasn't the first user to experience the problem. " http://www.linuxjournal.com/content/home-av-linux
I have tried booting to "failsafe" mode but still get asked for a password same as with the person who posted the following on the same page as above:
" I've tried the failsafe mode
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 01/18/2012 - 04:01.
I've tried the failsafe mode and still keep getting the Login Dialogue. Has anyone found a better solution yet? "
Yes! I am having problems with most video editors, except Avidemux which is the only one that works with thousands of video files, not just one file as you assumed.
I tried Dreamstudio, with the horrible Ubuntu Unity, but Cineleara and Lives but have the same issues with them as I had when I installed on them on LMDE as they only can allow access to one drive, the one it is installed on with the OS, and no other. It will cause problems importing Gb of video files to the drive the OS is on as it really doesn't have the space. If the programs had written the software properly it would see all the drives recognised by the OS. This has been normal programming for many years with almost all other software. Looks like the programmers of Lives and Cineleara are writing for systems similar to dedicated video editor hardware.
CPU = U9300, 4GB RAM, Intel GM45 Graphics @ resolution 1366x768, 128GB internal drive, 6TB external storage, Main OS = LMDE Xfce 64bit UP4. 2nd OS = LMDE Xfce 64bit UP4, Other installed OSs = Bodhi 1.4.0, Ubuntu 10.04 & 12.04, Mandriva & Windows.