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I have installed Solus 3.9999 Budgie on Lenovo Ideapad 320. This is a dual boot machine with Windows 10 Home. I have installed rEFInd in the EFI partition and I can boot into Windows fine. When I try to boot into Solus, my passwords are not working.
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I have (sort of) solved the problem for myself. It seems that Solus allows one to set up any user name with caps and spaces at the time of installation, but will not recognize the user name when you try to reboot. Since I had just installed the system and had not done any work, I just reinstalled Solus, this time selecting as a username one word without caps or spaces. I am able to login now without any problem.

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