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Try running pamtester and see if that gives more information about where PAM is failing (this will also show if its occurring outside of RStudio or not): sudo pamtester --verbose rstudio <username> authenticate acct_mgmt
Try checking the box next to MTU in the Wifi Configuration menu so "Automatic" is selected; Click on Wifi panel indicator > edit > select the network you want > edit > wifi; MTU is at the bottom of the window
Anything that begins with the word sudo is going to ask for authentication. You can think of this as a safety measure, because a lot of things that require sudo can be messed up by someone who doesn't know what they're doing. Or, if you're not using the terminal, anything that accesses these same essential files should ask for a password. Anyway, point is, ...
The solution should not be to replace your custom config.php owncloud configuration file, with the default one. By doing that, you have turned off additional settings you have made, like caching. Problem here is that you have upgraded OS version and, also, PHP version, among other stuff. REDIS PHP extension is compiled for an earlier version of PHP and ...
One possible cause of the problem is that you have DSA keys but now SSH (apparently) defaults to requiring RSA keys. I got the problem when upgrading to 16.04. You can see more here but the short answer is add the following to ~/.ssh/config: PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes ssh-dss
The wireless is now up and working. I dug through syslog and saw that wpa_supplicant was giving up at the end with a reason code of 14. I tracked down what this meant and found it was a MIC Error. That made me wonder about the Wireless Access Point I was using. I tried a new one and everything came right up. The WAP had been working fine with a number ...
DSA keys are not accepted in recent versions of openssh by default. You should use rsa, which works fine and is considered more secure by the openssh developers. If you really want to use dsa keys, you should add PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes ssh-dss line into your sshd_config and restart ssh service.
We had a similar problem and have found a work-around. We created a new network connection and set the appropriate fields using the nmcli program. This worked properly; we could not find a way to use the network-manager applet successfully. Here is a summary of what we did (proper values must be substituted for values within brackets ) Determine the ...
From what I picked up this is an issue with the specific version of apt. I found this bug report https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/+bug/1087512. The original author mentions The problem is that the https transport mangles the proxy string before passing it to curl and strips the proxy credentials. I'm not sure if you can upgrade apt to the ...
WLAN stands for Wireless Local Area Network, as opposed to eth0, which stands for ethernet, which is a physical network cable. It's probably wlan0, as it's the first WiFi card (your machine likely only has one).
It is your wlan mac address...
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