Hello, and Thank You.
I booted Ubunti(linux) Owncloud 9.1.4 trought Vmware from this file https://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vhdx.zipor this filehttps://download.owncloud.org/community/production/vm/Ubuntu_14.04-owncloud-9.1.4-1.1-201702081724.vmdk.zipAnd my problem is every time i boot my virtual machine i have this screen (img attached), i really wouldn`t mind it, but it shows admin login and password witch kinda bugs me out. Any ideas? BTW. https://central.owncloud.org/t/how-do-i-change-the-wording-of-the-welcome-screen-on-the-owncloud-server-appliance-vm/4504I tried the same way to change /etc/issue, but every time i change it and reboot it changes the name of issue to issue.save and still uses /etc/issue tried changing through console, winscp every time the same result. Any ideas?
You can see the admin credentials after the first start of the vm. You should write the password into any password save...
For the other credentials follow this instruction: https://doc.owncloud.org/server/9.1/admin_manual/installation/appliance_installation.html
Hello. What i meant was i wanted to get rid of welcome screen(seen in picture).
This hint might help:
Thank You it helped.Started with finding location of script check-init.sh (found under /var/scripts) deleted it, and it did nothing until i changed issue(file location /etc/issue). After reboot everything`s as i wanted.