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Had the same problem today (28th Sep 2015) after an update. I was to lazy thou to solve the problem, I just disabled the udisks2 plugin in hardware sensor indicator. It seemed to be the source of the annoying authorization requests. Cheers, Stwur
No, you will not be locked out if you have started a certain number of incorrect attempts. At least not in the default installation. But it is possible, via PAM. ;)
I highly doubt that the encrypted home directory is the culprit since I am also greeted by these happy little password boxes any time I switch TTY's or VT's without having any encryption on my home directory. If I cancel them, nothing really happens except the indicator-sensors package becomes a stale application with sensor readings from before I cancelled ...
I had this problem, it turned out to be some fault with the Australian server - kangaroos loose in the top paddock, probably. I fixed it by changing the software source in Muon from Australian server to the main server
Are you using windows to log in to the server or linux? the process will be different, if you add your friends public key to your profile he will get access to your files, what you may want is to add his public key to his user profile, /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys and change permission to 600 to be readable by the user. give him access to webfiles by ...
Open your Network Manager and use the Security tab. Enable 802.1x Security and select Protected EAP (PEAP)
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