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This should solve your problem: export http_proxy=http://username:password@10.114.7.7:80/


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Alternatively, you can place the following in /etc/apt/apt.conf Acquire::http::Proxy "http://proxy.server.port:8080"; 8080 is the port number and I think is standard. Don't forget the quotes or the trailing semicolon.


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Your question is not making much sense as the user in question has sudo access. So ... Yes a use can change the password on the ssh keys. and A user with root access can change the password of any other user on the system or lock an account without knowing the password of the target account. I am not sure how you are giving them root access or if ...


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I came across this solution on http://looselytyped.blogspot.com/2013/04/making-ubuntu-software-center-work-with.html Give the following a try: sudo apt-get install polkit-kde-1 You might need to logout or restart for the changes to take effect.


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Here's what worked for me: In puttygen, after you've generated your keys, make sure that you copy and paste the information from the top field to go into your authorized_keys file. If you save your public key to your client machine, and then open it up, the text is different from the text at the top of the puttygen screen. Again, make sure that you copy and ...


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sudo tail -c+57 /sys/firmware/acpi/tables/MSDM This got me the Product Key of my OEM Windows 8 on MSI laptop.


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You just have to do it once. {0}to attrs=userPassword... just as I listed above is applied as an ACL to the ldap server and applied globally. If you edit the olcDatabase={2}bdb.ldif olcAccess manually you have to change the CRC, but thats easy as there are many readmes on that.


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After much research and testing. Here is the answer to allowing users to use passwd function to change their password when they are using SSSD with ldap backend. If they can indeed authenticate with their password via ssh to the SSSD client, then the problem of changing their password which produces the following: "passwd: Authentication token manipulation ...



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