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You can extract the information from /var/log/cups/page_log*, after that, it's a SMOP.
You had a NOPASSWD rule applied to your user in some file in /etc/sudoers.d. Use sudo grep NOPASSWD /etc/sudoers.d -R to find out which. Your /etc/sudoers is not the default, however. The default sudoers can be obtained by looking at the sudo package: $ apt-get download sudo Get:1 http://mirror.cse.iitk.ac.in/ubuntu xenial-updates/main amd64 sudo amd64 1.8....
I solved it by the following: # adduser --home /home/bob bob # chown -R bob:bob /home/bob Since the new user does not automatically own the old home directory, they are initially unable to login. So I had to use the second line. Finally, there are still some glitches in the new account. I assume I will have to clear all of the cache and config files from ...
Edit your sudoers file using sudo visudo. Find this line: Defaults env_reset and change it to this: Defaults env_reset,timestamp_timeout=0 This forces sudo to ask for a password every time your run it.
The issue is likely that your .desktop file for intellij only installed in the original users ~/.local/share/applications/intellij.desktop is what creates an icon you can search for and launch. If intellij wasn't actually Installed to that user locally try the following. cp /home/user2/.local/share/applications/intellij.desktop /home/user1/.local/share/...
this is because you most likely didn't install the program using apt-get. your main solutions, are either to install intellij in user_2, or you could find the executable. if you installed using .tar.gz, then it might be in your home directory. so, on user_2 you open a terminal, and type cd /home/user_1/.name_of_intellij_directory of course, replacing user_1 ...
To answer your question you need a few steps to solve that. As first you create a user and his username, add a group for him and add him to this group. This you can do with one command or multiple commands, first the multiple approach where I add in comment lines for explanation: # adding a user hos with password 123 which you have provide by hand # you ...
Games is a standard system userid on Debian-based systems. There are many of these with UIDs < 1000. This allows the system to setup services with minimal privileges. This follows the least privilege model.
I am experiencing the same issue. The problem for me was related to the AllowOverride setting as well. This is in the file /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf and was set to the following: <VirtualHost *:80> <"Directory /var/www/html/bugzilla> AddHandler cgi-script cgi DirectoryIndex index.cgi Options +Indexes +ExecDGI +...
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