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I am new to Ubuntu and I have a looot of issues :))! I saw that many things can be solved by typing commands in that window, terminal, which is kinda new to me( I am Windows 7 user, not a developer).
Moving to the point, whenever I try to type commands in the Terminal, it is prompting me to type the password. Firstly: which password, since I deactivated typing the password at logon. Maybe it's the same :-?... Secondly, I can't get to type it all, because it tells me: "Sorry, try again." And the 3 password attempts thing.
So, I googled it a little and I found that it's a TextExpander problem. What is that, and how can it be solved? I going crazy, since I can't enter a single command without that annoying password prompt.
Thanks a lot guys, and wait for me, I'm gonna ask a lot of questions, since I found this site is made especially for this! ;))