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How to change Raspberry pi default password

October 14, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Log into the raspberrypi with the following details 

user name pi and password raspberry

before logging into the gui type the following


you will be prompted for your old password, then you new password twice.

The next time you log in you will need to use the new password.

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