When I load the LIVE version of Debian 11 (xfce edition),I can't login using the login and password live / user,but I should use root / root. On the preseed file I'm using root / root as login / password :
d-i passwd/root-password password root d-i passwd/root-password-again password root
BUT,I have already tried to change the root password with another password,but it hasn't affected the live session. I still should use root /root otherwise it says "access denied". I'm confused. Where are stored the default user and password used by the LIVE session ? and most of all,why has this information been removed ? I think that I haven't modified it by my own will.
In other terms,when I boot the LIVE session I should enter root/root. I don't want to do this. I want that xfce starts automatically like it happens with the untouched ISO image. Instead, on my case,I have modified something that I'm not able to realize and for this reason xfce does not start automatically anymore,but I should enter root/root (in the LIVE session).
If you look on internet you will read that the default login and password for the Debian live is user / live. So there was at least some Debian live systems that used or use them. If Debian 11 xfce edition does not use user / live,there is another question to solve : why in my case xfce does not start automatically (but it requires login and password) as it does on the unaltered ISO image ? and what should I do to enable the automatic login for xfce in the LIVE session ? Thanks.