made it!

Cheryl Homiak chomiak at
Sat Jun 3 21:06:54 EDT 2000

Sorry, but I don't understand this explanation of a "strong password" at
all.  Can somebody please clarify?--Cheryl

On Sat, 3 Jun 2000, Jude T. DaShiell wrote:

> Found out had to use /dev/hda1 for root!
> Before I just used hda1 for root and that didn't point to the right place
> so no login.
> Any case I got a strong password set for root now.  In case any don't know
> the difference between a weak password and strong password it's this.  You
> can enter all the letters and numbers you want and you'll still have a
> weak password.  But put a special symbol like the stuff you type when you
> start shifting the number keys in that password along with letters and
> numbers and you have yourself a strong password.
> Now I've got some other email to read.  Be back with you all later.
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