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  • login to account reverts to login screen, guest login ok

    - by Emil Hansen
    When I get to the login screen, I put my password, and I only get a black screen for 2 seconds, then we're back at the login screen. When I log in to the guest account everything works perfectly. What I've tried; I deleted .Xauthority as per instructions from elsewhere. No luck I removed 2 lines I put in .profile. No change Installed Gnome, but Unity, Unity 2D, various vers of gnome, same thing. according to other q/a's, this could be caused by lack of disk space. I have 80 gigs free, so I would assume it's not that if I Ctrl+Alt+F2 at login, I can login in to my account in the "terminal" with no problem. I would really appreciate any help to restore my account, and thank you very much beforehand

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS loops the login screen unless you login as Guest

    - by Mário Silva
    I am running a VMWare Player with a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangloin as Guest on my Windows 7. Sometimes I get the shutdown blue screen error in Windows, this time it happened when I was running the Player. When I restarted everything Ubuntu gave the not so unfamiliar in this forum Login Loop in adminstrator login. I login and there's this black screen where I can only read: "piix4...smbus:0.0.0.07.3 Host Smbus controller not enabled" . When I go to the Prompt in root mode it fails to update and only upgraded, specially some plugins ( I think graphic plugins) which also appear in one an error message after quitting the prompt, but they´are successfully installed. They are not the error message. After that I have been working with the Fail/safe Mode recovery panel. When I try to update via Root I get errors like this: W:failed to fetch http://extras.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/precise/release.gpg could not resolve 'extras/ubuntu.com There are 8 more like this referring to areas like: -archive/canonical.com -ppa.Launchpad.net -security.Ubuntu.com -Us.archive.ubuntu.com - release.gpg precise-updates/release.gpg precise_backport/release.gpg Final Message: some index files failed to download.....they have been ignored or old files are used. The black screens most of the time pass by too fast for me to pick up any information. But in general I think I have done everything I was able to in the recovery panel including updating network and graphic packages and recovering filesystem packages and the basic stuff ( I am a beginner regarding Linux ) in the root prompt. Now I am stuck in this screen with graphic options: - Run in low-graphics mode just for one session - Reconfigure Graphics - Troubleshoot the error - Exit to console login I am trying to choose to reconfigure graphics but the mouse disappears in the virtual machine screen and sometimes when options change ity´s only the first and last option. ut this happens from the blue without messages. This particular option menu is in the regular GUI style against a black screen in Terminal style. Really strange. Thanx in advance, all is welcome and appreciated.

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  • Login Screen returns to login screen

    - by AbeFM
    After many many reboots in a couple days while experimenting with BIOS settings effecting the speed Hardbrake runs at, today I find after a reboot that I have to type in password to log in - ordinarily I have this disabled. When I DO enter my password, it goes to a black screen for a bit, then returns. I can log in as guest, which does the same thing (minus the password) and if I use the wrong password, it complains instead of doing the same. Using the install disc, I see three partitions on my drive, a ~200 MB boot sector, and two 32 GB (one extended) which seem to share the rest of the SSD. Running FSCK seems to generate tons of errors. The odd bits: All my background stuff is running - I can access stuff served by Subsonic, and see network shares from my windows machines. I can log in in another terminal and do stuff... I just can't get into the GUI/OS proper. Sort of at a loss where to start. Would be happy to free drive of errors if I could (I've another machine, I could mount drive over USB and check it), but it seems everything else is working? edit: Screensaver also seems to kick on, even from fsck's run from the boot menu. i3-2100t, H67 chipset I believe, 12.10, everything's been working fine for the better part of a year. Seen several similar topics, but either they turn out to be something unrelated (fresh install or known graphics issues) or there are no answers. I'm happy to get any logs/info anyone want.

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  • How to login as other in ubuntu 12.04

    - by murali
    i have upgraded my ubuntu 11.10 to 12.04. i could not see other login option in the login screen. it shows only Guest login and User login. The User Login ask only password and i had never entered in as User login so that i do not know about password of User login. my problem is how to login as root from the login screen? how can i get Other login option to login as root or some other user? before ask this question i have tried the following: try to add the greeter-show-manual-login=true line at the bottom of /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf file as Guest login but i get access denied error. i do not know the password of User login (ask only password while login) to purpose of adding above line. from the safe mode login, i could login as root but i could not add the above line the lightdm.conf file . i got read only error so that i tried to change the permission to 777 like the following > chmod 777 lightdm.conf (i am within the /etc/lightdm/). but i got the error the file marked as/is read only in the file system. In 11.10 version i have created 4 users. i can see that the users exist in 12.10 . so i am sure my self users are not removed while upgrate. In short, i need Other login option on my login screen? how to get it? please help me. * Edited Question:* i have add the following line the /etc/lightdm/lighdm.conf file on recovery mode greeter-show-manual-login=true and i saved the file using wq command. now my /etc/lightdm/lighdm.conf file looking as the following: [SeatDefaults] greeter-session=unity-greeter user-session=ubuntu greeter-show-manual-login=true if i commit any mistake please correct me. by this problem i have wasted the two working day and all the works are in pending... please help me.

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  • Automatic login vs. manual login and screensaver lock

    - by Erik Johansson
    Is there a way to prevent a command from running when I login manually, but having it run when the computer starts up and GDM automatically logs me in. This is the setup: in the Gnome "on start programs" settings I have a command that locks the screen gnome-screensaver-command -l I have automatic login turned on. That means that the screen will be locked when I turn on the computer, but it will also be locked when I manually login from GDM, is there a way to prevent this?

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  • Unity Greeter login screen cuts off login options

    - by ammianus
    I have a pretty newly installed Ubuntu 12.04, using Unity. My external monitor is 1920x1080 max resolution. In the Unity desktop itself everything looks great. I have an NVidia graphics card. When I start my computer and get to the Unity greeter login screen the display is oddly formatted and the resolution seems off. It looks like a zoomed view on the larger 1920x1080 screen. As such it crops the login options off to the left hand side of the screen. So I can only just see the edge of the password box for the user I want to log in with. I can log in with one account by default by blindly typing the password, but I am unable to switch to other accounts. Is there anything I can do to fix the log in screen display so that I can see the normal login options? Note: I first noticed it when I changed my desktop background and the next time I logged in I saw the issue.

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  • Greeter login screen cropped login options in 12.04

    - by ammianus
    I have a pretty newly installed Ubuntu 12.04, using Unity. My external monitor is 1920x1080 max resolution. In the Unity desktop itself everything looks great. I have an NVidia graphics card. When I start my computer and get to the Unity greeter login screen the display is oddly formatted and the resolution seems off. It looks like a zoomed view on the larger 1920x1080 screen. As such it crops the login options off to the left hand side of the screen. So I can only just see the edge of the password box for the user I want to log in with. I can log in with one account by default by blindly typing the password, but I am unable to switch to other accounts. Is there anything I can do to fix the log in screen display so that I can see the normal login options? Note: I first noticed it when I changed my desktop background and the next time I logged in I saw the issue.

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  • Can't login, kde loads, then back to kdm

    - by Daniel
    Hi @all (K)Ubuntu users, I installed Kubuntu 10.10 after it's realesing. (ordinary I use Ubuntu, but this time I want to try Kubuntu, too) Now I can't login in Kubuntu: When(/if) I login with mine username and password, KDE loads(I mean this splashscreen), but if it's ready nearly, the screen becomes dark and I'm back in the login-manager. I tried many things: With a new user or with installing gdm or install it new (two times!) Thank you for helping PS: Ubuntu works normal Sorry for my bad english ;-) EDIT: The text-console-mode(or however it's named in english) isn't working anytimes, seemes like a graphics bug or something similiar. And there aren't very many (hidden) ".folders", just .kde .config .dbus .fontconfig and some ".files".

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  • 13.10 cannot login to Ubuntu default desktop environment - must use GNOME Flashback or Cinnamon

    - by Scott Stensland
    On boot at the password prompt - after I enter my password I get some error popup which disappears too fast to see then it reverts back to same password login Greeter screen. Same screen has icons where I can choose : Select desktop environment Cinnamon GNOME Flashback Ubuntu I really want to login to the normal ubuntu 13.10 Unity using above Ubuntu, however I can successfully login using either : Cinnamon or GNOME. Suggestions ? I have researched around and no help after removing file ~/.Xauthority Also I see this : cat .xsession-errors Script for cjkv started at run_im. Script for default started at run_im. init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd respawning too fast, stopped

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  • Default User Id at Login different from User Name in Terminal Shell

    - by Bill
    During the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS installation, I was prompted to enter a user name and password, so that a corresponding account could be created and set up for login. I replaced the one that was provided by default (i.e. '70319', which is the Windows 7 admin id) with a user name/id of my choosing. Now, when I turn on the computer, and choose to enter the Ubuntu operating system, the login id that is displayed is 70319 - that is, the one provided by Windows 7. However, when I open up a Unix/Terminal shell, the user id that is displayed at the prompt is the one I entered during installation. Otherwise, the installation of Ubuntu was a success! Is there some way of changing the user id that is displayed at the Login screen, so that it is consistent with the one I entered during installation? If it's any help, I installed Ubuntu using wubi on an ASUS Eee PC 1011PX running Windows 7, and ASUS Express Gate Cloud. Further details regarding the setup/installation can be found at the following link: Installing Ubuntu on an Eee PC 1011PX

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  • Login timeout disable?

    - by Sk606
    How can I disable automatic timeout entries in the login screen? Allow me to explain. My typical experience goes something like this: I put my laptop to sleep, then wake it. When it wakes, it comes up with the login screen. I type in my password and it will usually reject it, with a message indicating the login timer has expired. I then enter my password a second time and it logs in. Not the end of the world, but annoying nonetheless. Any suggestions?

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  • Cycles through black screen on login after changing password

    - by John L
    On my laptop, I forgot the password to my Ubuntu partition, so I logged into the root command shell on the recovery start up option in GRUB so that I could change the password. On my first attempt to change my user password, I got this error: [email protected]:~# passwd username (*not my actual user name*) Enter new UNIX password: Retype new UNIX password: passwd: Authentication token manipulation error passwd: password unchanged After doing some research, I discovered that I was stuck as read only on the file system, so I ran the following command to remount the file partition as read/write: mount -rw -o remount / Afterwards, I change my user password using passwd and it was changed successfully. I restarted my laptop and tried to login using the new password but the only thing that happened was after entering my password it flashed to a black screen with some text that I couldn't make out except for "Ubuntu 12.04" then another black screen half a second later, and finally back to the login screen. Repeated attempts to login results in only this action.

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  • Cannot login to Ubuntu 14.04 returns to the login screen

    - by Safder
    I updated to 14.04 from 12.04.03. I was using cinammon at that time. When I upgraded to 14.04 ,I got a serious problem. I was unable to login, as whenever I hit enter after entering password, it is taking me straight to login screen again.I unable to login like Guest even. So, here is my .xsession-errors file. possibly anyone could help. Thanks in advance. Script for ibus started at run_im. Script for auto started at run_im. Script for default started at run_im. init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd respawning too fast, stopped init: gnome-settings-daemon main process (14717) killed by TRAP signal init: gnome-settings-daemon main process ended, respawning init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_bin_gnome-session.1000.crash) main process (14607) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_ibus_ibus-x11.1000.crash) main process (14623) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_x86_64-linux-gnu_bamf_bamfdaemon.1000.crash) main process (14663) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_ibus_ibus-ui-gtk3.1000.crash) main process (14620) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_gnome-session_gnome-session-check-accelerated.1000.crash) main process (14612) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_gnome-settings-daemon_gnome-settings-daemon.1000.crash) main process (14616) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_unity_unity-panel-service.1000.crash) main process (14629) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_unity-settings-daemon_unity-settings-daemon.1000.crash) main process (14625) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_update-notifier_system-crash-notification.1000.crash) main process (14662) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_gnome-session_gnome-session-check-accelerated.127.crash) main process (14613) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_share_apport_apport-gtk.1000.crash) main process (14665) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/linux-image-3.13.0-24-generic.0.crash) main process (14606) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_bin_Xorg.0.crash) main process (14609) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_ibus_ibus-x11.127.crash) main process (14624) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_ibus_ibus-ui-gtk3.127.crash) main process (14622) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_gnome-settings-daemon_gnome-settings-daemon.127.crash) main process (14618) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_unity-settings-daemon_unity-settings-daemon.127.crash) main process (14628) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_x86_64-linux-gnu_bamf_bamfdaemon.127.crash) main process (14664) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_bin_gnome-session.127.crash) main process (14608) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_lib_unity_unity-panel-service.127.crash) main process (14634) terminated with status 133 init: update-notifier-crash (/var/crash/_usr_share_apport_apport-gtk.127.crash) main process (14667) terminated with status 133 init: gnome-settings-daemon main process (14843) killed by TRAP signal init: gnome-settings-daemon main process ended, respawning init: gnome-settings-daemon main process (14850) killed by TRAP signal init: gnome-settings-daemon main process ended, respawning init: gnome-session (GNOME) main process (14727) killed by TRAP signal init: gnome-settings-daemon main process (14859) killed by TRAP signal init: logrotate main process (14570) killed by TERM signal init: upstart-dbus-session-bridge main process (14683) terminated with status 1 init: Disconnected from notified D-Bus bus

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  • Can't get Past Login Screen -Graphics Drivers 12.10

    - by mchangun
    Newbie Linux user here. I just installed Ubuntu 12.10, dual booting with Windows 8 Preview Release Build 8400 on a Dell Precision 490 workstation with Nvidia Quandro NVS 55/280 PCI graphics card. I cannot login to Ubuntu - after entering my password and pressing enter, the screen graphics gets garbled for a few seconds, and then the screen goes black showing only the mouse cursor. I suspect it's something to do with my Graphics Card, everything on the GUI login screen feels very sluggish. I know what I have provided here doesn't give you much information, would appreciate it if I could get some guidance on how to provide more useful logs. Thank you.

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  • Cannot login via Unity login screen after upgrade to 12.04

    - by codesurgeon
    Logging in via the shell accessed through Ctrl+Alt-F1 and logging in as guest via the graphical user interface work 0O When I try to log into my standard user account via the graphical interface, the screen flashes to black for a couple of seconds and bumps me back to a pristine login screen. Entering a wrong password for my user account yields the standard error message - my user account and credential verification seem to be OK. I suppose that my individual graphics configuration causes problems ... I'm not sure how to reset that. I've tried stopping the UI via sudo service lightdm stop executed sudo nvidia-xconfig and restarted the UI sudo service lightdm start to no avail. My workstation has a Nvidia GeForce 560-448 graphics card. I've tried getting this fixed with the latest Nvidia 64-bit drivers (cURL'ed from the official website), that is 295.49 and the latest beta driver 302.07. Anybody have an idea how to get this fixed? Your help is appreciated :)

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  • User password rejected on login screen but accepted on text console login

    - by MadsirR
    I had to force shutdown my Ubuntu 12.04 64-bit, after which I restarted and tried to log in as a normal user, which was rejected several times. I then logged in as guest and tty to my regular account with use of my normal password, which succeeded. (So the password is still valid.) How can I gain access again via the normal login procedure (welcome screen)? Update: When I tried to log on with my new password, it again was denied. When I deliberately tried to log on with a faulty password, an error message came back, saying: Access denied - wrong password. I suppose, the first time the password was not rejected, but the procedure was aborted for some reason. Some additional info after trying to find a solution: I am conviced it is a Compiz-issue. Why? before this happened, all sessions came to a grinding halt, regardless of being logged on in a 2D or 3d environment. I found a link saying that I should remove Compiz and proceed in a 2D environment, which initiall worked without a glitch, until my system went into a state of total obivium. Only after that, the above mentioned troubles appeared. In the meantime I have happened to find a thread with reference 17381, describing exactly what I have experienced. For now, I will try to cure this situation (later this week) and revert with the results, hopefully to close this post. In the meantime I cordially thank you all, even if you didn't kill the problem; you gave me the inspiration to look further and find a possible cure. Update2: After 15 hrs of trial-and-error I callled it quits (When I decided to tackle this problem, I've given myself 12 hrs, to avoid massive loss of time.) I decided to re-install Precise, since the "point 1" version has become availabe. Log-in is back to normal, as is the graphic environment. Response to mouse input is stil appalling, especially when I have a series of screens open as "children"of a "parent" screen. It still completely locks up. I have installed Enlightenment, Gnome classic, Gnome 3, Cinnamon and they all behave in a similar fashion. FOR THOSE WHO NEED A WAY-OUT IN SITUATIONS OF THE LIKE: Open a terminal with [Ctrl+Alt+F2]. Type [sudo killall Firefox] (or whatever application you wish to terminate). Key in your password. Return to your graphical screen with [Ctrl+Alt+F7], and Bob's your uncle. Just re-open Firefox like nothing happened. Next time you are stuck: [Ctrl+Alt+F2], upward arrow till you meet the command of your desire, [Ctrl+Alt+F7], etcetera. Hope this is of help. My next move will be to upgrade the kernel to 3.4 from the repositories for 12.10. However, since this entails a totally new situation, I will start a new thread on this site to avoid topic pollution I will keep you posted. Still.

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  • Mouse lagging on 12.10 login page

    - by stariz77
    I just installed ubuntu 12.10 and it seems the mouse lags/is choppy (it will momentarily stick to the page and then appear where I had gestured to instantly every half second or so) on the login page. It appears to go away once my network connection is established. Is this indicative of anything in particular? Do I need to update a driver for something? I have installed it on an OCZ agility 3 SSD, using 8GB ram, intel core i7, intel(R) 82579V Gigabit Network Connection.

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  • Command line mode only -- successful login only brings me back to login screen

    - by seth
    whenever I log in the screen goes black, I see a glimpse of terminal-esque text, and then it brings me back to the log in screen (Ubuntu 12.04). I can enter and log in via the command line. The guest account works find. I think this happened because I edited some Xorg related file trying to make an external monitor work with my laptop. I copy pasted from a forum post so I dont recall the file or what i put in the file. Can't find the forum post again and my bash history wasn't recorded from that session. I tried reinstalling Xorg and ubuntu-desktop, nvidia, resetting any configs I could find... I'm really at a loss of what to do. Here's my /.xsession-errors: /usr/sbin/lightdm-session: 11: /home/seth/.profile: -s: not found Backend : gconf Integration : true Profile : unity Adding plugins Initializing core options...done Initializing composite options...done Initializing opengl options...done Initializing decor options...done Initializing vpswitch options...done Initializing snap options...done Initializing mousepoll options...done Initializing resize options...done Initializing place options...done Initializing move options...done Initializing wall options...done Initializing grid options...done I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/home/seth/.compiz/session/108fa6ea48f8a973b9133850948930576700000017740033" Initializing session options...done Initializing gnomecompat options...done ** Message: applet now removed from the notification area Initializing animation options...done Initializing fade options...done Initializing unitymtgrabhandles options...done Initializing workarounds options...done Initializing scale options...done compiz (expo) - Warn: failed to bind image to texture Initializing expo options...done Initializing ezoom options...done ** Message: using fallback from indicator to GtkStatusIcon (compiz:1846): GConf-CRITICAL **: gconf_client_add_dir: assertion `gconf_valid_key (dirname, NULL)' failed Initializing unityshell options...done Nautilus-Share-Message: Called "net usershare info" but it failed: 'net usershare' returned error 255: net usershare: cannot open usershare directory /var/lib/samba/usershares. Error No such file or directory Please ask your system administrator to enable user sharing. Setting Update "main_menu_key" Setting Update "run_key" Setting Update "launcher_hide_mode" Setting Update "edge_responsiveness" Setting Update "launcher_capture_mouse" ** Message: moving back from GtkStatusIcon to indicator compiz (decor) - Warn: failed to bind pixmap to texture ** (zeitgeist-datahub:2128): WARNING **: zeitgeist-datahub.vala:227: Unable to get name "org.gnome.zeitgeist.datahub" on the bus! failed to create drawable compiz (core) - Warn: glXCreatePixmap failed compiz (core) - Warn: Couldn't bind background pixmap 0x1e00001 to texture compiz (decor) - Warn: failed to bind pixmap to texture ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. compiz (decor) - Warn: failed to bind pixmap to texture compiz (decor) - Warn: failed to bind pixmap to texture ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. ** Message: No keyring secrets found for Sonic.net_356/802-11-wireless-security; asking user. [2348:2352:12678840568:ERROR:gpu_watchdog_thread.cc(231)] The GPU process hung. Terminating after 10000 ms. [2256:2283:14450711755:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14450726175:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14450746028:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14464521342:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14464541249:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14690775186:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14690795231:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14704543843:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14704566717:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14766138587:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14857232694:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14930901403:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14930965542:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14944566814:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:14944592215:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15170929788:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15170947382:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15184585015:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15184605475:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15366189036:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15410983381:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15411569689:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15431632431:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15431674438:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15457304356:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15656020938:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15656042383:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15674651268:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:15674671786:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16052544301:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16057387653:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16157122849:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16157123851:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16157125473:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16157126544:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 [2256:2283:16157129682:ERROR:ssl_client_socket_nss.cc(1542)] handshake with server mail.google.com:443 failed; NSS error code -5938, net_error -107 If anyone can help me out, I'd be forever grateful

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  • red screen after login

    - by cole
    so i just put ubuntu onto my computer and the install went ok. but it keeps giving me a language error in the login screen. i so far have just ignored it. but when i log in it just goes to a blank red screen. idk what to do to fix this. i can boot it into safe mode and it loads the desktop but it is very slow. i do not have an internet connection at the moment for this computer. i have 12.10 on it.

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  • Login crash loop

    - by dawmail333
    After about the second/third batch of updates on a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04, I end up getting stuck in an infinite login loop: I enter my password, screen goes black and shows me the end of the initialisation messages (including things like CUPS initialising), and then the greeter reappears. Kicker is, as I'm using gnome-shell, I just decided to uninstall LightDM, ubuntu-desktop and unity-greeter, using GDM as my manager, and the problem still happens in exactly the same manner. I'm lost even as to where to start looking - Xorg logs, LightDM logs (before I removed it), syslog and dmesg logs have held no unusual information at all. I have a TeX assignment due next week, and reinstalling Ubuntu every time I want to work on it is not going to work (nor is using TeX on Windows ;). Anything else I should try?

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  • Change the number of consecutive frequent ssh login before temporary blocking the user login

    - by Kenneth
    my server currently would temporarily refuse a user to login for certain amount of time (maybe ~20min) if the user consecutively frequent ssh login for 3 times. Can I change this behaviour (say relaxed the definition of frequent maybe from 'within 5 sec' to 'within 10 sec'; or increase the # of consecutive login from 3 to 5)? Thanks. Added: Ah.. now I think the problem was not with the ssh. I just tried on another newly installed server. consecutive successful login won't block the user. I have no sudo permission on the server I mentioned above. Now I suspect this behaviour may cause by the firewall in the system. Thanks everyone's comments. ADDED 2: Ah... after some searches. I think the server is using /sbin/iptables to do it as I can see the iptables program is there even though I don't have permission to list the rules. Thanks everyone, special thank to jaume and Mark!

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  • Automating Form Login

    - by Greg_Gutkin
    Introduction A common task in configuring a web application for proxying in Pagelet Producer is setting up form autologin. PP provides a wizard-like tool for detecting the login form fields, but this is usually only the first step in configuring this feature. If the generated configuration doesn't seem to work, some additional manual modifications will be needed to complete the setup. This article will try to guide you through this process while steering you away from common pitfalls. For the purposes of this article, let's assume the following characteristics about your environment: Web Application Base URL: http://host/app (configured as Resource Source URL in PP) Pagelet Producer Base URL: http://pp/pagelets Form Field Auto-Detection Form Autologin is configured in the PP Admin UI under resource_name/Autologin/Form Login. First, you'll enter the URL to the login form under "Login Form Identification". This will enable the admin wizard to connect to and display the login page. Caution: RedirectsMake sure the entered URL matches what you see in the browser's address bar, when the application login page is displayed. For example, even though you may be able to reach the login page by simply typing http://host/app, the URL you end up on may change to http://host/app/login via browser redirect(s).The second URL is the one you will want to use. Caution: External Login ServersThe login page may actually come from a different server than the application you are trying to proxy. For example, you may notice that the login page URL changes to http://hostB/appB. This is common when external SSO products are involved. There are two ways of dealing with this situation. One is to configure Pagelet Producer to participate in SSO. This approach is out of scope of this article and is discussed in a separate whitepaper (TODO add link). The second approach is to use the autologin feature to provide stored credentials to the SSO login form. Since the login form URL is not an extension of the application base URL (PP resource URL), you will need to add a new PP resource for the SSO server and configure the login form on that resource instead of the original application resource. One side benefit of this additional resource is that it can reused for other applications relying on the same SSO server for login. After entering the login page URL (make sure dropdown says "URL"), click "Automatically Detect Form Fields". This will bring up the web app's login page in a new browser window. Fill it out and submit it as you would normally. If everything goes right, Pagelet Producer will intercept the submitted values and fill out all the needed configuration data in the Admin UI. If the login form window doesn't close or configuration data doesn't get filled in, you may have not entered the login page URL correctly. Review the two cautionary notes above and make any necessary changes. If the form fields got filled automatically, it's time to save the configuration and test it out. If you can access a protected area of the backend application via a proxied PP URL without filling out its login form, then you are pretty much done with login form configuration. The only other step you will need to complete before declaring this aspect of configuration production ready is configuring form field source. You may skip to that section below. Manual Login Form Identification Let's take a closer look at Login Form Identification. This determines how Pagelet Producer recognizes login forms as such. URL The most efficient way of detecting login forms is by looking at the page URL. This method can only be used under the following conditions: Login page URL must be different from the post login application URLs. Login page URL must stay constant regardless of the path it takes to reach the page. For example, reaching the login page by going to the application base URL or to a specific protected URL must result in a redirect to the same login page URL (query string excluded). If only the query string parameters change, just leave out the query string from the configured login page URL. If either of these conditions is not fullfilled, you must switch to the RegEx approach below. RegEx If the login page URL is not uniform enough across all scenarios or is indistinguishable from other page locations, PP can be configured to recognize it by looking at the page markup itself. This is accomplished by changing the dropdown to "RegEx". If regular expressions scare you, take comfort from the fact that in most cases you won't need to enter any special regex characters. Let's look at an example: Say you have a login form that looks like <form id='loginForm' action='login?from=pageA' > <input id='user'> <input id='pass'> </form> Since this form has an id attribute, you can be reasonably sure that this login form can be uniquely identified across the web application by this snippet: "id='loginForm'". (Unless, of course your backend web application contains login forms to other apps). Since no wildcards are needed to find this snippet, you can just enter it as is into the RegEx field - no special regular expression characters needed! If the web developer who created the form wasn't kind enough to provide a unique id, you will need to look for other snippets of the page to uniquely identify it. It could be the action URL, an input field id, or some other markup fragment. You should abstain from using UI text as an identifier it may change in translated versions of the page and prevent the login page logic from working for international users. You may need to turn to regular expression wildcard syntax if no simple matches work. For more information on regular expression, refer to the Resources section. Form Submit Location Now we'll look at the form submit location. If the captured URL contains query string parameters that will likely change from one form submission to the next, you will need to change its type to RegEx. This type will tell Pagelet Producer to parse the login page for the action URL and submit to the value found. The regular expression needs to point at the actual action URL with its first grouping expression. Taking the example form definition above, the form submit location regex would be: action='(.*?)' The parentheses are used to identify the actual action URL, while the rest of the expression provides the context for finding it. Expression .*? is a so-called reluctant wildcard that matches any character excluding the single quote that follows. See Resources section below for further information on regular expressions. Manual Form Field Detection If the Admin UI form field detection wizard fails to populate login form configuration page, you will have to enter the fields by hand. Use a built-in browser developer tool or addon (e.g. Firebug) to inspect the form element and its children input elements. For each input element (including hidden elements), create an entry under Form Fields. Change its Source according to the next section. Form Field Source Change the source of any of the fields not exposed to the users of the login form (i.e. hidden fields) to "Generated". This means Pagelet Producer will just use the values returned by the web app rather than supplying values it stored. For fields that contain sensitive data or vary from user to user (e.g. username & password), change the source to User (Credential) Vault. Logging Support To help you troubleshoot you autologin configuration, PP provides some useful logging support. To turn on detailed logging for the autologin feature, navigate to Settings in Admin UI. Under Logging, change the log level for AutoLogin to Finest. Known Limitations Autologin feature may not work as expected if login form fields (not just the values, but the DOM elements themselves) are generated dynamically by client side JavaScript. Resources RegEx RegEx Reference from Java RegEx Test Tool

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  • Can't login after forced shutdown

    - by user1205935
    I am on ubuntu 12.04 and forced a shutdown (hardware switch). Now I can't login anymore. In particular, after entering my password I get sent back to the login screen. The error message is to fast for me to read. I am, however, able to login into the Guest account through the usual login screen, and able to login into my own account on tty1 after pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1. What should I try to get back into my own account via the login screen and get back to a working desktop? Update: I can login with gdm, but not with the (default) lightdm. So the forced shutdown seems to have broken lightdm. The question now is, how do I fix a broken lightdm?

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  • Extremely slow login after upgrade from 11.10 to 12.04

    - by ocalex86
    I just upgraded my xubuntu 11.10 to 12.04 and now, when I login into the GUI, I have to wait about 3 minutes before the desktop appears. Only the background image is displayed. The login into the console works fine (with ctrl+alt+f2) Even stranger: If I login first in the console and then in the GUI, it boots quickly. If I login first in the GUI, switch to console and login, it takes 3 minutes to boot in the GUI. My machine is a thinkpad T420s.

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  • Login loop in Snow Leopard

    - by hgpc
    I can't get out of a login loop of a particular admin user. After entering the password the login screen is shown again after about a minute. Other users work fine. It started happening after a simple reboot. Can you please help me? Thank you! Tried to no avail: Change the password Remove the password Repair disk (no errors) Boot in safe mode Reinstall Snow Leopard and updating to 10.6.6 Remove content of ~/Library/Caches Removed content of ~/Library/Preferences Replaced /etc/authorization with Install DVD copy The system.log mentions a crash report. I'm including both below. system.log Jan 8 02:43:30 loginwindow218: Login Window - Returned from Security Agent Jan 8 02:43:30 loginwindow218: USER_PROCESS: 218 console Jan 8 02:44:42 kernel[0]: Jan 8 02:44:43: --- last message repeated 1 time --- Jan 8 02:44:43 com.apple.launchd[1] (com.apple.loginwindow218): Job appears to have crashed: Bus error Jan 8 02:44:43 com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow223: ALF error: cannot find useragent 1102 Jan 8 02:44:43 com.apple.UserEventAgent-LoginWindow223: plugin.UserEventAgentFactory: called with typeID=FC86416D-6164-2070-726F-70735C216EC0 Jan 8 02:44:43 /System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/MacOS/loginwindow233: Login Window Application Started Jan 8 02:44:43 SecurityAgent228: CGSShutdownServerConnections: Detaching application from window server Jan 8 02:44:43 com.apple.ReportCrash.Root232: 2011-01-08 02:44:43.936 ReportCrash232:2903 Saved crash report for loginwindow218 version ??? (???) to /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/loginwindow_2011-01-08-024443_localhost.crash Jan 8 02:44:44 SecurityAgent228: MIG: server died: CGSReleaseShmem : Cannot release shared memory Jan 8 02:44:44 SecurityAgent228: kCGErrorFailure: Set a breakpoint @ CGErrorBreakpoint() to catch errors as they are logged. Jan 8 02:44:44 SecurityAgent228: CGSDisplayServerShutdown: Detaching display subsystem from window server Jan 8 02:44:44 SecurityAgent228: HIToolbox: received notification of WindowServer event port death. Jan 8 02:44:44 SecurityAgent228: port matched the WindowServer port created in BindCGSToRunLoop Jan 8 02:44:44 loginwindow233: Login Window Started Security Agent Jan 8 02:44:44 WindowServer234: kCGErrorFailure: Set a breakpoint @ CGErrorBreakpoint() to catch errors as they are logged. Jan 8 02:44:44 com.apple.WindowServer234: Sat Jan 8 02:44:44 .local WindowServer234 <Error>: kCGErrorFailure: Set a breakpoint @ CGErrorBreakpoint() to catch errors as they are logged. Jan 8 02:44:54 SecurityAgent243: NSSecureTextFieldCell detected a field editor ((null)) that is not a NSTextView subclass designed to work with the cell. Ignoring... Crash report Process: loginwindow 218 Path: /System/Library/CoreServices/loginwindow.app/Contents/MacOS/loginwindow Identifier: loginwindow Version: ??? (???) Code Type: X86-64 (Native) Parent Process: launchd [1] Date/Time: 2011-01-08 02:44:42.748 +0100 OS Version: Mac OS X 10.6.6 (10J567) Report Version: 6 Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGBUS) Exception Codes: 0x000000000000000a, 0x000000010075b000 Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread Thread 0 Crashed: Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread 0 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c6e8b Security::ReadSection::at(unsigned int) const + 25 1 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c632f Security::DbVersion::open() + 123 2 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c5e41 Security::DbVersion::DbVersion(Security::AppleDatabase const&, Security::RefPointer<Security::AtomicBufferedFile> const&) + 179 3 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c594e Security::DbModifier::getDbVersion(bool) + 330 4 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c57f5 Security::DbModifier::openDatabase() + 33 5 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c5439 Security::Database::_dbOpen(Security::DatabaseSession&, unsigned int, Security::AccessCredentials const*, void const*) + 221 6 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c4841 Security::DatabaseManager::dbOpen(Security::DatabaseSession&, Security::DbName const&, unsigned int, Security::AccessCredentials const*, void const*) + 77 7 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801c4723 Security::DatabaseSession::DbOpen(char const*, cssm_net_address const*, unsigned int, Security::AccessCredentials const*, void const*, long&) + 285 8 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d8414 cssm_DbOpen(long, char const*, cssm_net_address const*, unsigned int, cssm_access_credentials const*, void const*, long*) + 108 9 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d7fba CSSM_DL_DbOpen + 106 10 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d62f6 Security::CssmClient::DbImpl::open() + 162 11 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d8977 SSDatabaseImpl::open(Security::DLDbIdentifier const&) + 53 12 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d8715 SSDLSession::DbOpen(char const*, cssm_net_address const*, unsigned int, Security::AccessCredentials const*, void const*, long&) + 263 13 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d8414 cssm_DbOpen(long, char const*, cssm_net_address const*, unsigned int, cssm_access_credentials const*, void const*, long*) + 108 14 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d7fba CSSM_DL_DbOpen + 106 15 com.apple.security 0x00007fff801d62f6 Security::CssmClient::DbImpl::open() + 162 16 com.apple.security 0x00007fff802fa786 Security::CssmClient::DbImpl::unlock(cssm_data const&) + 28 17 com.apple.security 0x00007fff80275b5d Security::KeychainCore::KeychainImpl::unlock(Security::CssmData const&) + 89 18 com.apple.security 0x00007fff80291a06 Security::KeychainCore::StorageManager::login(unsigned int, void const*, unsigned int, void const*) + 3336 19 com.apple.security 0x00007fff802854d3 SecKeychainLogin + 91 20 com.apple.loginwindow 0x000000010000dfc5 0x100000000 + 57285 21 com.apple.loginwindow 0x000000010000cfb4 0x100000000 + 53172 22 com.apple.Foundation 0x00007fff8721e44f __NSThreadPerformPerform + 219 23 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff82627401 __CFRunLoopDoSources0 + 1361 24 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff826255f9 __CFRunLoopRun + 873 25 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x00007fff82624dbf CFRunLoopRunSpecific + 575 26 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x00007fff8444493a RunCurrentEventLoopInMode + 333 27 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x00007fff8444473f ReceiveNextEventCommon + 310 28 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x00007fff844445f8 BlockUntilNextEventMatchingListInMode + 59 29 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff80b01e64 _DPSNextEvent + 718 30 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff80b017a9 -NSApplication nextEventMatchingMask:untilDate:inMode:dequeue: + 155 31 com.apple.AppKit 0x00007fff80ac748b -NSApplication run + 395 32 com.apple.loginwindow 0x0000000100004b16 0x100000000 + 19222 33 com.apple.loginwindow 0x0000000100004580 0x100000000 + 17792 Thread 1: Dispatch queue: com.apple.libdispatch-manager 0 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff8755216a kevent + 10 1 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff8755403d _dispatch_mgr_invoke + 154 2 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff87553d14 _dispatch_queue_invoke + 185 3 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff8755383e _dispatch_worker_thread2 + 252 4 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff87553168 _pthread_wqthread + 353 5 libSystem.B.dylib 0x00007fff87553005 start_wqthread + 13 Thread 0 crashed with X86 Thread State (64-bit): rax: 0x000000010075b000 rbx: 0x00007fff5fbfd990 rcx: 0x00007fff875439da rdx: 0x0000000000000000 rdi: 0x00007fff5fbfd990 rsi: 0x0000000000000000 rbp: 0x00007fff5fbfd5d0 rsp: 0x00007fff5fbfd5d0 r8: 0x0000000000000007 r9: 0x0000000000000000 r10: 0x00007fff8753beda r11: 0x0000000000000202 r12: 0x0000000100133e78 r13: 0x00007fff5fbfda50 r14: 0x00007fff5fbfda50 r15: 0x00007fff5fbfdaa0 rip: 0x00007fff801c6e8b rfl: 0x0000000000010287 cr2: 0x000000010075b000

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