KeePass is a free open source password manager, which helps you to manageyour passwords in a secure way. You can store all your passwords in onedatabase, which is locked with a master key. So you only have to remember onesingle master key to unlock the whole database. Database files are encryptedusing the best and most secure encryption algorithms currently known(AES-256, ChaCha20 and Twofish).For more information, see the features page.
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The grub-mkconfig program does not yet have built-in support forgenerating configuration files with authentication. You can use/etc/grub.d/40_custom to add simple superuser authentication, byadding set superusers= and password or password_pbkdf2commands.
GRUB2 is designed to be portable and is actually ported across platforms. Wetry to keep all platforms at the level. Unfortunately some platforms are bettersupported than others. This is detailed in current and 2 following sections.
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Did your disk have FileVault whole disk encryption? If so, you may need to use get it mounted first. When I'm had to mount my FileVault encrypted boot volume from Recovery Mode, I have use Menu -> Utilities -> Disk Utility. Selected my encrypted boot disk, then gone to the Disk Utility -> Edit -> Unlock, which prompted me for my password. Then my FileVault encrypted boot disk was mounted, and I had full access to it.
You may try to recover your data by booting up an installation cd/dvd and using the terminal. You could try getting into the Unix command line interface and copy some files or directories. You can copy files on the Unix command line interface if you placed the flash drive the USB port before powering on your machine. 0) you best have the flash drive formatted for the Mac. See disk utility. It's on the pull down. 1) You can copy files on the Unix command line interface if you placed the flash drive in a USB port before powering on your machine. 2) Boot up your installation CD or DVD. To do this, place to the CD or DVD its drive. [ or boot the recovery partition via command r3) Power off the the machine. Hold down the c key then power on your machine. 4) After you specify the language you will come to the installation panel. 5) Do not install. 6) Go to the top of the screen and click on the tools menu item. 7) Click on Terminal to use the command line interface. Boot up your installation CD or DVD. To do this, place to the CD or DVD its drive. Power off the the machine. Hold down the c key then power on your machine. After you specify the language you will come to the installation panel. Do not install. Go to the top of the screen and click on the tools menu item. Click on Terminal to use the command line interface. You should verify that the files have been copied correctly by trying them in another Mac before it the deleting the original. Here is an overview of the commands. Lets assume that the problem account has a short user name of mac. #Copy directory "/Applications/Applescript files" to# directory "/Volumes/Spotless/Applescript files".# "Spotless" is my flash drive.ditto -X -rsrc /Applications/Applescript\ files /Volumes/Spotless/Applescript\ files#cd is change directorycd /Volumes/COPYIT/answers/# pwd is print working directorypwd#the ls command is for list# l is long# a to show hidden files. not shown in this example.# F is type of file where / is directorysh-2.05b# # Please note ls is the list command. l is a lower case Lsh-2.05b# ls -lFHere is what these commands mean:cd is change directorypwd is a print working directoryls is listsudo is Super user do# The sudo command will ask for your administration password. No characters will appear when typing your password. Press return when done typing.cp is copycopy a file example:sh-2.05b#sh-2.05b# cd /Volumes/Macintosh-HD/Users/mac/desktopsh-2.05b# pwd/Volumes/Macintosh-HD/Users/mac/desktopsh-2.05b# cp -i answers.txt /Volumes/SpotMoreWill copy the file answers.txt in the directory SpotMore.
*More examples and moving around*sh-2.05b# pwd/sh-2.05b# ls /Volumes.Trashes Classic Macintosh-HD._.Trashes Mac OS X Install DVD SpotMoresh-2.05b#sh-2.05b# df -hFilesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on/dev/disk4s3 2.6G 2.5G 89M 97% /devfs 121K 121K 0B 100% /devfdesc 1.0K 1.0K 0B 100% /dev 512K 512K 0B 100% /.vol/dev/disk5 467K 9.0K 435K 2% /Volumes/dev/disk6 95K 64K 27K 70% /private/var/tmp/dev/disk7 95K 14K 77K 15% /private/var/run/dev/disk3s1 3.7G 1.3G 2.5G 34% /Volumes/SpotMore/dev/disk0s10 1.1G 1.1G 3.4M 100% /Volumes/Classic/dev/disk0s12 70G 45G 25G 65% /Volumes/Macintosh-HDsh-2.05b#sh-2.05b# cd /Volumes/SpotMore/sh-2.05b# pwd/Volumes/SpotMoresh-2.05b# # Please note ls is the list command. l is a lower case Lsh-2.05b# ls -ltotal 880-rw-r--r-- 1 unknown unknown 6148 Sep 10 2010 .DS_Storedrw------- 4 unknown unknown 136 Aug 25 2010 .Spotlight-V100drwxrwxrwt 3 unknown unknown 102 Sep 3 2010 .TemporaryItemsd-wx-wx-wt 3 unknown unknown 102 Sep 10 2010 .Trashesdrwx------ 3 unknown unknown 102 Sep 3 2010 Desktop-rw-r--r-- 1 unknown unknown 18944 Aug 27 2010 Desktop DB-rw-r--r-- 1 unknown unknown 2 Jul 29 2010 Desktop DF-rwxrwxrwx 1 unknown unknown 26281 Oct 27 2009 Warranty Information.PDFdrwxr-xr-x 13 unknown unknown 442 Aug 4 2010 backupdrwxr-xr-x 13 unknown unknown 442 Aug 4 2010 backupPriordrwxr-xr-x 7 unknown unknown 238 Aug 27 2010 consdrwxr-xr-x 65 unknown unknown 2210 Sep 4 2010 iMac-back... clipped ...sh-2.05b#sh-2.05b# cd /Volumes/Macintosh-HD/Users/mac/desktopsh-2.05b# pwd/Volumes/Macintosh-HD/Users/mac/desktopsh-2.05b# # Please note ls is the list command. l is a lower case Lsh-2.05b# ls Z2300 iMac.DS_Store move.FBCIndex new Belward.FBCLockFolder primary-comments-new copy.docConsolidate-rc primary-comments-new.docDownloads psc 1200... clipped ... sh-2.05b# ditto -X -rsrc iMac /Volumes/SpotMore/iMac-backsh-2.05b#sh-2.05b# # Please note ls is the list command. l is a lower case Lsh-2.05b# ls -h /Volumes/SpotMore/iMac-back/total 2800-rw-r--r-- 1 unknown unknown 24K Sep 12 2010 .DS_Store-rw-r--r-- 1 unknown unknown 2K Apr 18 2010 Differentiate Between Models .html... clipped ... sh-2.05b# pwd/Volumes/Macintosh-HD/Users/mac/desktopsh-2.05b# ls Z2300 iMac.DS_Store move.FBCIndex new Belward.FBCLockFolder primary-comments-new copy.doc... clipped ... sh-2.05b#
I am working in Recovery Mode. Neither Apple nor myself could get single use mode to boot. To answer your question: Did your disk have FileVault whole disk encryption? If so, you may need to use get it mounted first. went to File as Edit did not have the options you mentioned (see photos) I have no option of "Unlock" only to change password and turn off encryption which I tried and nothing happened. My understanding from all this is that it needs to be mounted for me to access it. I followed your instructions as to /usr/sbin/diskutil list but without it mounted I'm not sure I can use the info (see photo). I also tried in disk utilities to repair with no luck and also used diskutil verifyVolume "Macintosh HD"and diskutil repairVolume "Macintosh HD"and the same I was told it could not be repaired. I think I've tried everything at my 'education' level of this to obtain my files. I appreciate all of your help and patience with me. I think I'm going to just have to start over with a clean drive unfortunately. Kills me to give up lol ?
The router password is different from the Wi-Fi password. The former is discussed on this page, which is the login details for getting into the administrative part of the router so you can do things like set up a Wi-Fi network or set custom DNS servers. The Wi-Fi password is what your devices need to access the internet. 2b1af7f3a8