A couple weeks ago, i loaded Debian 11 to a VM just to mess around with it...for the first time in my life, i've had a normal home internet connection that isn't garbage in compaison!
In Ubuntu, you can by default use the "sudo" command as the user you had to create to do almost everything that...
I am in the processing of installing singularity using the terminal on my Linux Mint computer (Ubuntu).
I have the following command:
install apt get
The computer then asks me to enter my password:
[sudo] password for user:
When I enter my password, the computer gives me the error:
First of all, I'm a total newbie. I've done some research however I couldn't find the answer. Maybe because I don't understand it well enough.
What I'm trying to do is to install Apache server on Ubuntu. I've tried to follow the step-by-step guide and I already have a problem right at...
I am new to Linux and I found trouble trying to create a new disk.
The commands that I use are those: sudo su -> fdisk -l (to check the disks) -> man fdisk -> fdisk /dev/sdb (the disk that I want to create). There is a message that No such directory.
Any idea how to create a new disk?
I´m using Linux for Windows (enable the feauter) Linux susbsytem for Windows.
So far so god, but then I´m trying execute sudo-apt-get update
I enter the password that I use for login with myAccount to my windows pc.
But linux promt keep telling med that´s the wrong password for myAccount...
I have a script: ~/.local/bin/did-keyboard to manage the loading of xkeysnail with my specific configurations. I normally run it as did-xkeysnail --load, and it asks me for my sudo password since I have multiple sudo commands in there: sudo kill ..., sudo nohup xkeysnail... (since...
Hi all, recently ive been using ngrok (a tunneling program) to expose my local ubuntu 20.04 minecraft server. For security purposes I decided to create a dedicated non-sudo user to run the minecraft and ngrok process. the problem though is when i try to launch ngrok i get this message...
I found Howdy a few weeks ago while browsing GitHub (that's what programmers do instead of Twitter). It is supposed to be a Linux alternative to Windows Hello. I installed it on my laptop yesterday in order to try it out. My impressions so far:
Easy to use if you are familiar with the terminal...
sudo command isn’t included in Debian by default. That’s why you get the error message saying “-bash: sudo: command not found”. In this article you can learn how to fix sudo command not found in Debian.
Alright, let me give you the context. I am a business owner with strong technical background, say a programmer, though not an advanced system administrator. I've bought a VPS server where I want to host several applications and webpages. One of the apps consists of backend, admin frontend and...
I'm using kali2020.1b. I have downloaded the Lscript from git clone on Kali Linux and now cannot uninstall.
My issues is uninstall.sh is not highlightned when I go into the Lscript directory.
I have attached the screenshot of it.
Please help me
Thanks in advance,
Hey so I wanted to create a shell script so that a user is added in which the user has sudo privilleges. My code went like this:
useradd liveuser ; echo -e "liveuser\nliveuser" | passwd liveuser
usermod -aG sudo liveuser
It did create the user with the password but...
After a fresh install of Arch Linux, I went ahead and made a shell program (.sh) which has these lines:
echo Installing yay in this machine
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/yay.git
sudo makepkg -si
But it shows an error stating like this:
ERROR: Running makepkg as...
Let's say that on a production system, a sysadmin configure /etc/sudoers with following entry:
%teens ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL
The entry above allows teens group (which is untrusted) to execute any commands with sudo. The sysadmin
assumed that teens group knows what they are doing.
Hello guys, Hope all of you have a great day!!!
Since I updated to "Tessa" I have spot out this two issues:
1. I can't minimize any window (what ever I will do windows closing) this is the minor one problem
2. My terminal is not accepting any password exept sudo ( i.e I can't ssh ) this is...
Good evening Ladies & Gentlemen.
I found this in FB from account "Linux Girl in a Windows Word"
Sudo seems to be a mess when it comes to using #Linux in a large corporation. One password and no ability to create more then one #root account. Leads to #admins sharing the same #password...
You'll come across a time that you'll need to add a user to the sudoers file. This is done by using the visudo command as root.
I created this video about a year ago - hopefully it will help someone out there.