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First of all, this is possible to do. Change your ssh log level to VERBOSE and restart ssh. Usually the file is located: nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config Find LogLevel option and change it to VERBOSE. LogLevel VERBOSE Restart SSH service sudo service ssh restart; sudo service sshd restart; Reconnect to ssh and check the log file. nano ...


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I've same problem , I've installed Ubuntu 14.04, and with I've setup broadband connection, windows 7 allow all internet access, but Ubuntu 14.04 some application access via internet, I can't access Firefox browser and Terminal command line via internet, when running this application then showing me proxy setting...


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When you use the SSH client it get the private keys from the SSH Agent. This kind of information, your computer public key, or the public keys of server where you've connected are stored in: ~/youruser/.ssh/ # Same as /home/youruser/.ssh/ When you launch the SSH client, it uses the private key from the SSH Agent, without asking for the private key ...


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If you have a usb or dvd written with a linux distro that uses live boot such as the main Ubuntu, Linux Mint, or many others, you can use that to easily access the hard drive bypassing any need for passwords. This uses a gui point and click if you are not experienced with Linux. Simply put it in, reboot and click on the available drives in the file manager ...


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You can do this in following ways: The standard way When booting up press SHIFT (in systems 9.10 "karmic" or later) or ESC (in systems 9.04 "jaunty" or earlier) at the grub prompt and use the arrow keys to select the rescue mode option and press enter. The file system may be read only (it is in all currently supported releases). Remount as read write ...


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It could be an issue with the keyboard language as I discovered. When I input my initial password, the keyboard is ENG (GB), but once the OS loads, the keyboard changes to US keyboard layout. This means that certain special keys (such as " and @) are switched around.


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the 1st q: How to run sudo command with no password? to become root: sudo su WiFi asks authentication because the owner of WiFi access point set it up this way. He did not want to allow free access to his internet. So contact him and talk.


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It is not possible to login as root (administrator) from the login screen on Ubuntu. When you do something that does require administrator rights, you type in your password for your user, if it's the first user created on the machine. To do this in terminal when executing commands as administrator just use "sudo" in front of the regular commands and type ...


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You can easily find your answers by googling! In order to run a command with root privilege, you can use sudo or su commands. (your authentication password was set when you were installing Ubuntu). if you are using a live cd,for authentication just press Enter. There are many many Ubuntu tutorials on the web, just take a look at some of them. Your problems ...


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I am not expert here, But in my suggestion, please try to use this tutorial: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys



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