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Old 1st February 2010, 21:30
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Default Virtualization With KVM On Ubuntu 9.10 can't log in

After successfully creating a KVM virtual karmic system, I can connect to it by ssh but the initial login does not recognize my initial password as specified in the cfg file by
Code:
[DEFAULT]
...
user=myusername
name=MyUserName
pass=password
...
By examining the output of
Code:
vmbuilder kvm ubuntu -o --debug -c ~/vm1.cfg > vm.debug 2>&1
I find where the password is set; it is the correct password. The login dialog in ssh responds with "Permission denied, please try again." Also happens with
Code:
ssh -l username 192.168.122.1
Rebuliding with no password specified defaults to 'ubuntu' but this does not work either.

Did I miss something?
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