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Your question is somewhat confusing. If the password you set is not the same one that your parents originally set, they will of course know that you changed it. If the password tool is complaining that the password is too simple, then it is most likely not the password your parents set, because they would have encountered the same message.
You can set a password of arbitrary (non-null) length from the command line using the command sudo passwd
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
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