Since there is no option to reset the root password with VCSA running, we need to restart the VCSA in single-user mode. To do that, restart the VCSA, and when the PhotonOS logo is displayed, press e on your keyboard to edit the boot loader. Locate the line starting with linux, and at the end of the line add the following:
If you have just upgraded VMware VCSA to v7.0.1, but cannot log in, even though the root password is correct, you have probably locked the root user out. You can of course wait or you can proceed with the unlock procedure.
To configure SSL on Webmin, you will need your Webmin server SSL certificate (pem or crt), private key (key file) and root CA or intermediate CA certificate file. Once you have these, copy your root CA certificate file to /etc/webmin/ folder:
To install a CA on a Linux server, install the following packages:
# aptitude install -y openssl ssl-cert
To start the installation, download the Raspberry Pi Imager from the official Raspberry Pi website. Insert the SD card (min. 8GB) and select Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS from the list of the available operating systems. Once the write and verify is complete, insert the SD card in the raspberry pi, connect the HDMI, network cable, and power source.