Logging into virtual machine on a Mac

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    Recep EROL
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    If you want to login from MAC, cmd key is not real behaviour. you can click “kntrl + alt + fn + f5″ combination same time. You will see the login screen.

    Airforce

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    #18442

    Ron Lee
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    Prakash,
    Hi! To use the Sandbox you do not need to login. You can connect to the Sandbox VM with a browser. On the Sandbox console it will give you a URL for the Sandbox. It will be something like http://192.168.56.100/. Just connect to that URL. If you do need to login to the VM the userid/password is root/hadoop.

    thanks,
    Ron

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    #18429

    I tried both the options:

    Option 1: press keys “command+option+F5″
    This open’s Mac OS’s Accessibility options window

    Option 2: press keys “option+F5″

    This open’s Mac OS’s Keyboard window

    But does not let me login to the VM.
    I am running Mac OS X 10.8.2

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    #18426

    Sasha J
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    You do not need login in order to use browser based UI.
    If you need to log in to the Sandbox itself, username is root, password is hadoop

    Sasha

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    #18424

    Seth Lyubich
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    Hi John,

    Please see this post for login credentials:
    http://hortonworks.com/community/forums/topic/shell-login-passwords/

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,
    Seth

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    #18414

    John Black
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    I tried to use 3 buttons, “command” + “option” + “F5″. But that didn’t work.

    So I tried just “option” + “F5″ – that worked.

    Now I am trying to find the default user name and password. Any ideas?

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    #18321

    abdelrahman
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    Hi Prakash,

    Hope that you are having a good day. Once the VM prompts the user for “Log in to this virtual machine”, please click on the VM and press on the following keys at the same time “command+option+f5″? Hope this helps.

    Thanks
    -Abdelrahman

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