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Files under /usr/share/polkit-1/actions are not meant to be modified. Create a file named /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/allow_all_ssh-users_to_upower.pkla [Allow all ssh-users to upower] Identity=unix-group:ssh-users Action=org.freedesktop.upower.policy ResultInactive=no ResultActive=yes AllowAny=yes
The issue is due to the permission of the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. Its permission should not be such that others can write into the file. For example, if the permission is set as octal 666 (it is devil indeed !!), as you can all others have the write permission in the file ~/.ssh/authorized_keys, then the file will be ignored by ssh and you will ...
It is a typo (seriously!!) in the documentation. What it really meant is to copy the rsa public key to the authorized_keys file so that you can ssh using keys (no password). So the command should be: cat id_rsa.pub >> authorized_keys After digging found that the mistake was introduced in revision 15 while changing the key type to use from dsa to ...
unable to initialize libusb could be because there is no USB controllers present on the Server. You can check it out by executing the following command: lspci | grep USB In your case, there would be no output, indicating the absence of USB controllers. If so, then add one. I have not worked much on VMs, so I can't tell anything about that, but upon ...
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