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A group called PrivacyIdea have created a little package to add a HMAC-SHA1 challenge-response routine to the initramfs, which means that Ubuntu can query you for a challenge to pass to the Yubikey and then use the response to unlock the LUKS volume. For the most part, I'm following these instructions, with some added comments. The process is actually very ...
try this in terminal export http_proxy='http://username:password@proxy:port' && wget --user=username --password=password url or if your proxy does not require any password, then use this: export http_proxy='http://proxy:port' && wget --user=username --password=password url
I too faced this error and solved it by changing the permissions of authorized_keys file to 600. chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys
In your gui login screen, on the top right corner close to network symbol, there is a square symbol with your current keyboard layout. Please select the correct layout for your keyboard, and then type your password. Hope that will solve your problem. After login remember to delete all other keyboard layout except the correct one from Text entry settings by ...
I'm not sure how long you've had this OS running, but if it's a new install why not just Nuke and Pave ? Reinstall your OS and you can have whatever password you want.
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