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One-liner A one-liner you can use: sudo grep --with-filename psk= /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/* For example: $ sudo grep --with-filename psk= /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/* /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/SHAW-999999:psk=99999A999999 /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/SHAW-999999-5G:psk=99999A999999 /etc/NetworkManager/...


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So last night I changed my password to be something I'd be happy to stick on a gif, rebooted and logged in first time... I'm choosing to believe that this was fixed in an update rather than I can't type my password, even with extreme checking...


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Settings > Additional settings dropdown > Autofill > Offer to save passwords I tried that process!


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I had the same incident, I tried all solutions above and they didn't help, the final cause was because i tried to change my shell to fish using chsh. I had console access to the machine, so i made tail -f /var/log/auth.log, so i found the error message user is invalid because shell /bin/fish is not found. I was also unable to run chsh again because of the ...


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env SSHPASS="JUMP_PASSWORD" \ sshpass -d 123 ssh \ -o ProxyCommand="sshpass -e ssh -W %h:%p JUMP_USER@JUMP_HOST" \ TARGET_USER@TARGET_HOST \ 123<<<TARGET_PASSWORD The above example is from my answer to a similar question in StackExchange: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/597351/sshpass-with-ssh-j-jump-host/...


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An alternative to doing what you want is: $ sudo su # useradd -m USER && echo "USER:PASSWORD" | chpasswd


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#! /bin/bash USER=$1 PASS=$2 usermod --password $(echo $PASS | openssl passwd -1 -stdin) $USER


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I had the same issue, and after scouring the internet for a solution, I found out it was a problem with recent versions of wpa_supplicant. Worth a try. Hopefully downgrading will help someone out there. EDIT: I'm currently using wpa_supplicant 2.1.


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This may be related to a very similar problem I just answered here. The default Bluetooth GUI in Ubuntu is Blueman. Which apparently relies on an interactive notification method easily broken by those of us who try other desktop themes. The terminal command gsettings set org.blueman.general notification-daemon false tells Blueman to give us the required ...


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