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What is the password of ubuntu 16.02 configuring from vagrantfile of PYNQ repository

Hello everyone,

Ubuntu installation has been completed successfully from vagrantfile of PYNQ repository.

Now It shows Desktop GUI after boot.
But it requires password.
I have tried for vagrant, pynq, pynq_vm, ubuntu, root.
None of this works.
What is the exact password of this ubuntu.
Please share me the password.

Thanks in advance

Ruhul Amin

xilinx

Regards,
Cathal

For the vagrant-created pynq virtual machines, the username and password are both vagrant.

For passwords on PYNQ images, both are xilinx.

Thank you rock and Cathal for reply.

May be my explanation was not clear.

In the vagrant-created virtual machines from vagrant file, there are 3 users named Ubuntu, vagrant and Guest Session.

For vagrant user password is vagrant.
But what is the pass word of Ubuntu user?

Again when I want to increase vagrant user disk size it asks for Ubuntu password.

As vagrant-created pynq_vm virtual machine creates only 5.25GB disk space, how can I increase disk space as Xilinx tools and PetaLinux requires a large disk space to install.I have created share folder on this to access installation file and try for installation which shows these -

Any help will really help me greatly.

Best Regards
Ruhul Amin

Isn’t there another, bigger, partition? maybe /data is in the other partition?

Vagrant file should create a 100GB volume; maybe the VM has not been created correctly?

Hi everyone,
i used the provided vagrantfile to install the image on virtualbox / win 10 and i have the same problem as ruhul.
The base harddrive is only 10 GB large with 5 GB occupied by ubuntu.
There is another drive named ‘cidata’ or /dev/sdb and virtualbox states that it can hold up to 100 GB (it’s dynamic and currently occupies only 9 MB on the windows host).
When trying to access this larger drive i had to do this as the user Ubuntu, but i could only log in as the user vagrant with the password vagrant.

I found this thread and changed the password of the account ubuntu



using the following tip:

[~/from-vagrant-project]vagrant ssh
[ubuntu@hostname]sudo -i
root@hostname:~# passwd ubuntu
Enter new UNIX password:XXXXX
Retype new UNIX password:XXXXX
passwd: password updated successfully`

But now it’s raising an error when opening this drive


I have no idea how to proceed. What should i do?

During setup the vagrant script finished with the following lines:

default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en-w_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en-wo_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_CA-variant_0].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_CA-variant_1].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_CA-w_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_CA-wo_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-ise-w_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-ise-wo_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-ize-w_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-ize-wo_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-variant_0].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_GB-variant_1].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_US-w_accents-only].
default: aspell-autobuildhash: processing: en [en_US-wo_accents-only].
default: Processing triggers for initramfs-tools (0.122ubuntu8.14) …
default: update-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-4.4.0-161-generic
default: W: mdadm: /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf defines no arrays.
default: W
default: :
default: --force-yes is deprecated, use one of the options starting with --allow instead.
==> default: Running provisioner: shell…
default: Running: inline script