Logging in after an install

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I put it aside for a few months, but I picked up my attempt to get Fedora up and running on a PI 3B.

I used arm-image-installer to install the F32 image I prepared:

fedora-arm-image-installer --image=Fedora-Workstation-32-1.6.aarch64.raw.xz --media=/dev/sdc --target=rpi3 --resizefs --norootpass

The PI boots up until the message, this is the last message that appears on the console:

fb0: switching to vc4drmfb from EFI VGA

No more messages appear, no console login.

But there is apparently a new DHCP assignment on my network. However ssh-ing to that IP address prompts for the root password, and it does not accept an empty password.

I suppose I could pull the SD card out, mount it, and copy over an ssh into /root, but what exactly did --norootpass do, and what about not being able to log in through the console? I didn't have a keyboard attached yet, I would think I'd get at least a prompt.

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