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Command line from localhost terminal “chronos@localhost” asking for root password that doesn’t match one we in startup wizard
– “for what it’s worth, I discovered the following: the root password you set when enabling debugging tools will work over SSH but will NOT work from the local shell. if you ssh in as root, you can then change all the passwords to be what you want.”
– ssh root@localhost
– passwd chronos

sudo startxfce4
root