Hello again. I have upgraded today (KDE). Things felt good but now, in a terminal if I type sudo, my password is not recognized! Twice before, before upgrading, I had trouble logging in for the same reason. I have used the same password since the beginning. What is happening?
I have rebooted but it didn’t change anything. Recognized when logging in but not later.
Do you have multiple keyboard layouts and the system switches to another one, hence the password is actually not correct or you imply there is another issue ?
Hello dear Manjaro forum members,
on my brothers machine I’ve installed and configured boinc-nox today and ran the most recent updates. I didn’t reboot after the update and suddenly, during the running SSH session the password stopped working. Since then the machine got rebooted (autologin) and the PW still doesn’t work. The PW is not accepted via SSH and not via the keyboard attached. I’m at a loss here…
The machine is usable as a living room PC, but without the PW working this might get comp…
I just did a fresh install and everything appeared to work, was able to boot and log in, however, I noticed that sudo didn’t work (says wrong password). I still have root login enabled and can su into root. If I change the users password from there, sudo temporarily works again. I noticed that if the screen locks, the password doesn’t work either, so I had to reboot and found I couldn’t log in again. I can still log into root and can, again, reset the password and it works. Once. Then I nee…
Hello all, I’m newbie user in linux and espessially in Manjaro, several weeks ago i installed and configed Manjaro+KDE, all was fine
Today I wanted to solve some problems with zsh
So I deleted zsh+oh-my-zsh packages from sistem
but still when I type in terminal echo $shell I got zsh shell so i decided to change it manually so I tried chsh -s $(which /bin/bash)
after that response of echo $SHELL still NOT changed, so I logout
And here we go…after logout in login screen I can’t connect to my …
I’ve set my computer to auto-login upon booting. Recently, when it got to the point where the gnome session would start, with the mouse pointer already visible and moveable, it instead got stuck in the black screen where it reads, at the top left corner:
This issue is easy to circumvent; I force a shutdown, turn the computer on again, and the text in the black screen now reads:
/dev/mapper/cryptoroot: recovering journal
The gnome session th…