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If you are can login just open terminal and try this : sudo cp /etc/passwd- /etc/passwd sudo chmod 644 /etc/passwd Else Boot into recovery mode or from Ubuntu live Cd . Then, mount your old drive: mkdir /olddrive mount /dev/hda5 /olddrive assuming that your old drive is on /dev/hda5. then, cd to /olddrive/etc type: echo ...


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It seems as though I had somehow lost sudo on my account, but it degraded over time. It just was not there anymore. So I figured out how to do recovery mode in Ubuntu 14.04. 95% of what is out there says click or hold the shift key to access the grub menu, but this is not the case with me. It took me a whiiiile to discover that hitting the ESC" button, once, ...


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The message Error: debug1: Roaming not allowed by server is only a debug message, not more. Follow the steps below to authenticate via public key: On your server enable the password authentication. Open the ssh-server configuration sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config and enable the password authentication PasswordAuthentication yes Reload the ...


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Thanks for the feedback. It sounds like there are solutions: use the Hyper-V console instead of the VMM console to "type" the key automatically as if pasting, plug a USB drive into the Cisco UCS chassis and set up USB passthrough, have another person who can already log in handle the key for the new user, or temporarily allow password authentication so the ...


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That usually happens when you have PPAs installed. PPAs are technically not supported by Ubuntu so the best thing to do would be to remove the PPAs by using the Software & Updates app. If you want to keep your PPAs, you can uncheck all the PPAs and then reenable them one by one (using the app I mentioned), using sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade each ...


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Why do you split your ports? Try this. export http_proxy="http://username:password@proxy:port/" export https_proxy="https://username:password@proxy:port/" sudo -E add-apt-repository ppa:umang/indicator-stickynotes Or add to /etc/apt/apt.conf this lines and relogin: Acquire::http::proxy "http://username:password@proxy:port/"; Acquire::https::proxy ...



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