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There would be multiple ways of doing this. First, change the sym-links around so that the python in /usr/bin/ would actually be pointing to the same location as the /usr/bin/python3 sym-link. However, this is a bad idea (as I explain below). The second option would be to create a user-specific command alias - this is definitel the better option of the ...


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I'm surprised at the results I'm seeing for searching for a well-defined and supported Ubuntu "first boot" hook. Seems like the Red Hat / Fedora / CentOS crowd has had this nailed for over a decade. The closest Ubuntu equivalent seems to be oem-config-firstboot. The idea of simply performing an rm $0 will work. But, technically there are some interesting ...


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Yes, it is possible. To set up password based authentication (non key), you can achieve this by following the below setup, Step 1: Create password for the root user sudo passwd root Step 2: To allow root password, edit sshd_config file and set the "PasswordAuthentication" value as "yes" vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config PasswordAuthentication yes ...


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You can add the line manually to the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. If the line were there before restarting, then it should be there after restarting too unless something has been done in the meantime or the restarting (stop-start) the service itself removes the line. In your case the the line should be there after restarting ssh. If any invalid line is added ...


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It could be problem with the working directory. Try using chdir: description "Photogrid" ... chdir /home/ubuntu/photogrid exec node /home/ubuntu/photogrid/bin/www On a side note: The redirection isn't needed. The log is saved to files in /var/log/upstart/.



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