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to identify and authenticate as a user to a computer system to gain access.

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So, here's what I learned... sshd is enabled by default. The default login credentials of raspberry/raspberry, given in the FreeBSD Foundation HowTo, appear to have changed. It the install … instructions on the FreeBSD wiki an update from 2015-06-26 shows the default login and password as freebsd and freebsd. The default root password is listed there as root. …
answered Apr 3 '18 by dlu
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I'm setting up FreeBSD (12 Current) on a 512 MB Pi 1 - I've got it up and running and I have a login prompt on the monitor, but there aren't any wired keyboards in this part of the world... So, I … figured I'd try connecting via ssh. I can connect but, using the documented username/password of raspberry and raspberry, I'm unable to login. Is it possible that ssh logins are not enabled? Or maybe the credentials have changed? …
asked Apr 3 '18 by dlu