This is Day 2 of my fresh NextCloudPi install. I need help with getting back into the NextCloudPi OS.
Device - Raspberry Pi 4 with 4G ram
Storage - SanDisk Ultra SD Card 200Gb
I was able to access NextCloud through web browser and Android client app with no issue. I also did the following:
- changed user pi password and enabled autologin for user pi via raspi-config
- synced my Android phone contacts and some files with NextCloud
- restarted the RPi and confirmed both autologin and syncing were still working
- enabled usb storage automounting via NCP Panel
- made a backup from NCP Panel
- unable to find a way to unmount the usb drive I powered off the RPi using the NCP Panel Power Off button (at this point the RPi has been running headless)
- Powered RPi back with monitor and keyboard now connected
Autologin kicked in, but Terminal shows a message “You are required to change your password immediately (administrator enforced)” and a prompt for the current password for user pi.
Nothing happens when I enter the password, which I am sure is correct as I logged out then in to the NextCloud client app to confirm.
NextCloud Web UI, NCP Panel and Android client app are still working along well.
What can I do to get past the message/prompt and into Terminal?
UPDATE 27 Jan 2021
- A message which I have not noticed before comes up whenever I key in the password. It says “Authentication token manipulation error”
I had never seen this message in any of my Linux laptops. A quick search revealed it can be for a few different reasons.
A password reset was the solution for me.