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Looks like the different flavors are options within the same install media (don't have their own ISO's). I got it working now.

I had two SAS drives plugged in which the installer doesn't seem to like if they're both plugged in, for some reason.
Maybe because the RAID or ESXI setup they had before?

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I want to try out different distro's since I haven't used Linux enough to really form an opinion on Gnome or the others.

Did you use the network install ISO?
I'm having issue's with the other two ISO options, they give an error when the installer just starts, preventing going any farther.
I haven't connected my Talos II to the internet yet, but maybe that's what I need to do.

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Has anyone tried this out yet?

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Talos II / Re: OpenBMC password
« on: March 15, 2022, 11:51:14 am »
That's for changing a password when you're already able to login, but I meant for recovering access and resetting a lost password.

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Talos II / Re: OpenBMC password
« on: March 14, 2022, 09:50:35 pm »
It was a lowercase L.
For some reason I thought it was an uppercase L or maybe a '1' or 'I'. The 'one' is very similar.

I'm still curious on how logging into the serial console is suppose to allow you to reset the password though. I don't see any OpenBMC documentation about it. I found this: https://docs.graphcore.ai/projects/bmc-user-guide/en/latest/serial-rescue.html ...but is it specific to graphcore processors or generic to OpenBMC?

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Talos II / Re: OpenBMC password
« on: March 13, 2022, 01:39:26 pm »
Yeah, I've tried different variation for the characters that look ambiguous, but still no luck logging in.

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Talos II / OpenBMC password
« on: March 13, 2022, 03:13:09 am »
I'm trying to log in to the BMC on my new Talos II with the password that came in the box, but it doesn't work.

Are there instructions somewhere on setting/resetting the password? I've connected to the serial console port but don't see any obvious way in u-boot to do that.

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