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You can do sudo apt-get -y upgrade this will assume yes to most things. In some cases where yes may be undesirable the command will abort. A more risky option is sudo apt-get --force-yes this is not recommended as it could say yes to something that will break your system. For more details on these options you can run the command man apt-get


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There are always some security risks involved in running software upgrades without supervision, but there are also benefits. Content Using the "unattended-upgrades" package Using cron and aptitude Using cron-apt to handle automatic updating Using the "unattended-upgrades" package Install the unattended-upgrades package if it isn't already ...


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I solved the problem by using this command in a terminal: alsamixer When the program is started, increase the level for all bars.


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This is a known bug with lightdm. There are ways to possibly fix it, along with ways of working around the problem. Make sure your computer is connected to the internet and enter a TTY by pressing Ctrl + ALT + F2. Log in here, then try the following: Purge and reinstall lightdm: Run sudo apt-get remove --purge lightdm. Once that's done, run sudo apt-get ...


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I've had this problem before. I fixed it by doing the following: I opened a terminal and used it to check /etc/pam.d/other I used another window to fix permissions: sudo chown root:shadow /etc/shadow sudo chown root:shadow /etc/shadow- sudo chown root:shadow /etc/gshadow sudo chown root:shadow /etc/gshadow Check setuid permission for /sbin/unix_chkpwd: ...


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Try to delete ~/.config/libreoffice rm ~/.config/libreoffice and restart LibreOffice


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Look at what has changed in the log file: sudo tail /var/log/auth.log - it is just a text file, after, all.



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