I needed to change a server password, done that by
passwd. Thing is, this Ubuntu Server installation uses the home encryption aparently. Once I changed the password, after some package update, the server doesn't show the files just after login in via SSH, as before. To access user home files, I have to
ecryptfs-mount-private, then type in the older user password, then
cd /home/<user>, and finally, to get all aliases and styling running
I don't mind to do that, but today I tried to use
psql command to interact with local PostgreSQL server, but the message keep showing:
shell-init: error retrieving current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent directories: No such file or directory could not identify current directory: No such file or directory Password for user postgres: could not identify current directory: No such file or directory /usr/lib/postgresql/9.5/bin/psql: could not find own program executable
I can work with
psql if I go to
/usr/lib/postgresql/9.5/bin/, but I would like to retrieve the ease of just typing
psql from anywhere and things work.
How do I change the encryptation password so it would be the same as the user then running automatically as I log in by SSH?