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DirectAdmin determines the admin password during installation and saves these passwords into the file called setup.txt. If you havent changed this password, you can find it in this file, to see the file contents: less /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/setup.txt adminpass= you can find admin password here, and if you didn’t change it after installing you should be able […]

Before changing MySQL root password you may try to recover default installation password. DirectAdmin MySQL root password is set within the installation process and written down to setup.txt. If you didn’t change this password you can find the default one in the setup.txt, use the command below to see the contents of /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/setup.txt: your password […]