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  • defunct dbus-daemon zombie freezes login for 30 seconds

    - by oldenburgb
    I'm running Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and noticed a 30 second delay whenever i log into my server via ssh or perform any kind of login via sudo on that machine. I can provoke immediate execution by killing the defunct dbus-daemon showing up during the delay: output of ps fax |grep dbus 19222 ? Ss 0:00 dbus-daemon --system --fork --activation=upstart 19752 ? Z 0:00 \_ [dbus-daemon] <defunct> taping into the dbus using dbus-monitor --system i'm getting: signal sender=org.freedesktop.DBus -> dest=(null destination) serial=7 path=/org/freedesktop/DBus; interface=org.freedesktop.DBus; member=NameOwnerChanged string ":1.4" string "" string ":1.4" each login. Stopping the dbus service eliminates this problem but probably causes many other... I'm not running xorg on the machine but the packages are present for X11 forwarding capabilities. I've ruled out the common motd script delay and ssh "UseDNS no" fixes one finds when looking up login delay issues. Many thanks in advance for any help with this, it's been driving me crazy ;-)

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  • Login Screen hangs after entering password

    - by Ravi
    When I enter my password in the login box nothing happens. It gets stuck. It was running fine earlier. I have installed gnome-panel and cairo-dock, after which, I logged out, logged back in, and choose gnome classic session. I also added a ppa from the webupd8.org to install the themes (link). I opened Ubuntu Tweak tool, and changed the theme to Evolve the whole laptop stopped responding. The keyboard and mouse were unresponsive. So I was forced to do a shut down. Now whenever it starts, I cannot login into Ubuntu. I hear the fan noise, as its spinning very fast, when the laptop freezes.(Probably the CPU is running at 100%). Please help me. How can I login back to Ubuntu? I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and have installed all the latest updates.. EDIT: I want to know how can I delete a folder from the file system using the live CD?

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  • can't login to Unity always login to Unity 2D

    - by Goddard
    I select Ubuntu on login and it always loads Unity 2D. I ran /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p And got this error X Error of failed request: BadWindow (invalid Window parameter) Major opcode of failed request: 137 (NV-GLX) Minor opcode of failed request: 4 () Resource id in failed request: 0x21f Serial number of failed request: 42 Current serial number in output stream: 42 I'm using 12.04 with all the latest updates. nvidia-installer --version nvidia-installer: version 295.53 ([email protected]) Sat May 12 00:34:26 PDT 2012 The NVIDIA Software Installer for Unix/Linux. This program is used to install, upgrade and uninstall The NVIDIA Accelerated Graphics Driver Set for Linux-x86_64. Copyright (C) 2003 - 2010 NVIDIA Corporation.

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  • Black Login Screen after installing updates 12.04

    - by general_guts
    I love my lixux 12.04..till yesterday it installed new updates and i clicked on restart.. As system went to grub all normal & loaded normal..then instead of pretty desktop (auto login turned on) i have black screen asking for login and password.. Why? How i get my desktop back to before? Please help new noob!!! This is due to updates i am sure, nothing in hardware has changed and no other display settings changed.. using AMD diver from there site linux one for my raedeon 6850 and have catalyst driver working fine.. i have tried typing in weird commands but they didnt do much like sudo start lightdm and sudo startx .. didnt do anything just froze.. i dont exactly no what these commands do but something to do with black screen..so i thought id try it.. Thanks

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  • How to deal with social login

    - by Matteo Pagliazzi
    In my new web app I'm going to allow social login through Twitter (maybe), Facebook and Google and I'm in search of the best way to do it. Actually I'm using Rails with Devise + Omniauth and this is the problem: Should I ask the user to choose a password so that he can login without a social network? Or maybe the user should be able to set a password if he want (for example when editing his account?) The second way seems the best one but since Twitter doesn't provide user email and google doesn't provide an username I'll probably have to ask the user for username/email when he log in so in that case I may also ask for the password... waht do you think?

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  • Login screen theme and background lost

    - by Sebastian Potasiak
    I tried to change my LightDM background and theme in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS beta 2, changing /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.unity-greeter.gschema.xml file (I don't even know if it would work, but I couldn't find any other way), and I failed and restored original file. Also, durning the same session I installed gnome-shell-extensions package, but it didn't work either. (I didn't remove it) Now my login screen looks a bit coarse, without theme and background. (It looks like MS Windows 95 a bit - square buttons and text fields) My question is, how to repair login screen (or how to customize it propely) and how to make gnome-shell-extensions work.

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  • Login screen doesn't prompt for password

    - by jbristow
    I just installed Ubuntu 12.10, and tied it to my company LDAP. On the login screen, instead of prompting for a password there is just a "Log In" button by my name. I click it, and I am immediately logged in without typing in a password. I checking my User Account options, and "Automatic Login" is turned off. I can also click on other LDAP users accounts, and get in without a password. There is a local user on the system. When I try to log in as that user, I am prompted for a password.

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  • Remote GDM login

    - by luri
    Is it possible to remotely (via ssh) make a login to GDM? I'll explain a situation in which I'd need this: I'm on my laptop and connect to my desktop via ssh. I realize there are some updates available. I install them all, but I need to reboot the computer. The problem is that once the desktop has rebooted, there will be no GDM session available, since it's necessary to log in. Can I somehow perform the GDM login remotely from my laptop? Edit: I can't find FreeNX for Maverick, and I haven't been able to configure x11vnc + vncviewer to work. Isn't there an easy way?

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  • Can not get to login screen, background starts with terminal prompt only

    - by Doug
    my uncle has Ubuntu on his work PC. Basically I came in to work today, and he had lost his UNITY side bar. I told him start with just rebooting it. He rebooted it... now it does not even get to the login screen. It gets to the background with the word UBUNTU, and the 6 or 7 dots, does it's little loading dot thing... then stops, and a black terminal opens on the top left with the background still in place. Personally, I think he screwed it up himself. He always swears he didn't touch anything, but I know better... Either way, I can't get him back into the desktop to even see if the sidebar is back. He's always screwing around pressing the wrong buttons on the login screen, hitting admin things and such... Any ideas?

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  • Remote GDM login

    - by luri
    Is it possible to remotely (via ssh) make a login to GDM? I'll explain a situation in which I'd need this: I'm on my laptop and connect to my desktop via ssh. I realize there are some updates available. I install them all, but I need to reboot the computer. The problem is that once the desktop has rebooted, there will be no GDM session available, since it's necessary to log in. Can I somehow perform the GDM login remotely from my laptop?

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  • Kubuntu 12.04: Change login screen background?

    - by drezabek
    I am having trouble changing my login screen background. I can select the default wall paper, the Kde-default one, but when ever I select my own custom wallpaper, there is no image, just a solid color. Normally, I would just ignore it, but the thing that bugs me is that this is a fresh install of Kubuntu 12.04 64bit, and the OS before this one, the one I overwrote, I had no trouble using the exact same image as the background... Settings In the System Settings application, Login Screen settings, Background tab, enable background, Under "Background", selected Picture, under options, selected Position: Scaled. Colors: Single Color. Blending: No Blending.

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  • Samba login before requesting list of shares?

    - by user69359
    I'm relatively inexperienced at this and am starting to get a little frustrated: I have a Ubuntu Server with several user accounts. The Samba file server hosts a number of public shares + the home directories of each user as a private share. When connecting to the server using my OSX machine, I am prompted to enter my login data, and get a overview of all the public shares + my accounts home directory share. Exactly the way I want it. How ever, when I connect to the server from a Ubuntu machine, I am never prompted to enter any login data, and can only see the public folders. If a user wants to connect to their home directory on the server, they have to go through "connect to server" and mount their specific private share. Is there anyway to configure Samba or the Ubuntu client in a way that will make the user experience more similar to how it is on my OSX box? Thank you for your time!

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  • Can't interact with windows after first login

    - by evilpie
    Every time I restart my computer and login into my ubuntu account for the first time, I can't click on anything besides the bar on the left. So I can start Firefox from there, but I am not able to click on the new tab button etc. Same will all other apps. I can start the Terminal via the keyboard, but I can't move it around. So I have to logout via the keyboard and login again. Usually everything works fine now. Just waiting doesn't help. The only obvious change I made to Ubuntu was to move the /home directory.

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  • Cannot boot normally, without restarting lightdm (or gdm)

    - by leventov
    I had a problem precisely described here: http://www.webupd8.org/2013/01/ubuntu-lightdm-black-screen-when-using.html, black screen with blinking cursor instead of login screen. I've switched to gdm using sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm -- but faced the same problem, now loading process stops on "red-white Ubuntu dots" (without activity under this splash). And to login, I still need to restart display manager: Ctrl+Alt+F1 and sudo service gdm restart. How to make Ubuntu to boot normally?

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  • Trying to login to openssh, permission denied

    - by noah sisk
    I have been trying to login to ssh on a ubuntu 11.04 server as root with the AllowRootLogin thing set to yes but i have been getting a "Permision denied" Heres a copy of my attempt with ssh -v: Last login: Fri Jun 8 21:07:20 on ttys000 noah-sisks-macbook-pro:~ phreshness$ ssh -v [email protected] -p 22 OpenSSH_5.6p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8r 8 Feb 2011 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh_config debug1: Applying options for * debug1: Connecting to 192.168.1.133 [192.168.1.133] port 22. debug1: Connection established. debug1: identity file /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_rsa type -1 debug1: identity file /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_rsa-cert type -1 debug1: identity file /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_dsa type -1 debug1: identity file /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_dsa-cert type -1 debug1: Remote protocol version 2.0, remote software version OpenSSH_5.9p1 Debian-5ubuntu1 debug1: match: OpenSSH_5.9p1 Debian-5ubuntu1 pat OpenSSH* debug1: Enabling compatibility mode for protocol 2.0 debug1: Local version string SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.6 debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT sent debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT received debug1: kex: server->client aes128-ctr hmac-md5 none debug1: kex: client->server aes128-ctr hmac-md5 none debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_REQUEST(1024<1024<8192) sent debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_GROUP debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_INIT sent debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_DH_GEX_REPLY debug1: Host '192.168.1.133' is known and matches the RSA host key. debug1: Found key in /Users/phreshness/.ssh/known_hosts:6 debug1: ssh_rsa_verify: signature correct debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS sent debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS received debug1: Roaming not allowed by server debug1: SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_REQUEST sent debug1: SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT received debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,password debug1: Next authentication method: publickey debug1: Trying private key: /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_rsa debug1: Trying private key: /Users/phreshness/.ssh/id_dsa debug1: Next authentication method: password [email protected]'s password: debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,password Permission denied, please try again. [email protected]'s password:

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  • System boots in console + login loop

    - by Imagicien
    I messed up my system while trying to fix permission problems for setting up a LAMP local server. I tried this solution: How to avoid using sudo when working in /var/www? without success. Then I saw this solution: Permissions issue: how can Apache access files in my Home directory? I understood that I had to change the permissions of my root directory (among others), so I executed: sudo chmod 710 / I also changed the user group on / to www-data. I also did these operations on /home. I'm pretty sure one of those commands broke something, because it's the last commands I executed, and after that, my system showed strange/broken behavior: Firefox stopped showing pages Some icons got replaced by an red X icon (meaning "Icon not found" I guess) Applications refused to launch (no reaction) After rebooting: I got a strange graphical message talking about not being able to mount something, asking me if I wanted to wait, and talking about /tmp (I forgot the message since I was in shock) My system now boots in console, and when I login, it flashes unsignificant stuff* before re-asking me to login. My important data is on Ubuntu One. I'd prefer not having to reinstall from scratch. Is there a way to regain access to my system? Thanks a lot for your help. *Looks like a terminal header with the name of the OS and other info. Doesn't seem important.

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  • After login I only get a terminal window

    - by Ambidex
    First of, let me tell you I'm a n00b at ubuntu. I have updated my Ubuntu mediacenter to a later version of ubuntu, currently at 12.04. I'm working through a lot of updates to get to the latest. But since my first update I got the new login screen (lightdm?) and my autologin wasen't working anymore. So I Googled how I could make lightdm autologin. I've managed this by making my /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf look as follows: [SeatDefaults] greeter-session=unity-greeter user-session=ubuntu autologin-user=my_user autologin-userutologin-user=-timeout=0 Which seemed to work... But now that it automatically logs in, I seem to get the following type of screen (through nomachine remote desktop client): Sorry... I am unable to post my screenshot here because I do not have the 10 reputation points in askubuntu yet.... darn it... But the screen has a terminal at the top left of the screen (not an actual "window"), and the ubuntu loading screen is still behind it. I've tried running startx as you can see. But, this seems to actually be x server. But if I run unity --reset, it seems that a lot of the desktop gets restored, but... with a lot of errors and warnings and the next time I boot, it's the same story all over again. Also, when I close the terminal window after getting my desktop back, I get thrown back at the login screen. Please bear with my lack of knowledge of ubuntu and it's underlying unix. I thank you in advance.

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  • login takes long time

    - by Arkaprovo Bhattacharjee
    I am using Ubuntu 12.04 from past 12 days. In the beginning login was fast enough after I put the password it hardly takes 3 to 4 sec to enter in desktop, but now its taking like more that 40 sec to show desktop after entering password. whats the problem, is there any solution? P.S there is only two programs (psensor and jupiter) that starts automatically after login. boot.log fsck from util-linux 2.20.1 /dev/sda6: clean, 254544/3325952 files, 2133831/13285632 blocks * Stopping Userspace bootsplash[164G[ OK ] * Stopping Flush boot log to disk[164G[ OK ] * Starting mDNS/DNS-SD daemon[164G[ OK ] Skipping profile in /etc/apparmor.d/disable: usr.sbin.rsyslogd Skipping profile in /etc/apparmor.d/disable: usr.bin.firefox * Starting bluetooth daemon[164G[ OK ] * Starting network connection manager[164G[ OK ] * Starting AppArmor profiles [170G [164G[ OK ] * Stopping System V initialisation compatibility[164G[ OK ] * Starting CUPS printing spooler/server[164G[ OK ] * Starting System V runlevel compatibility[164G[ OK ] * Starting Bumblebee supporting nVidia Optimus cards[164G[ OK ] * Starting LightDM Display Manager[164G[ OK ] * Starting save kernel messages[164G[ OK ] * Starting anac(h)ronistic cron[164G[ OK ] * Starting ACPI daemon[164G[ OK ] * Starting regular background program processing daemon[164G[ OK ] * Starting deferred execution scheduler[164G[ OK ] speech-dispatcher disabled; edit /etc/default/speech-dispatcher * Starting CPU interrupts balancing daemon[164G[ OK ]

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  • Ubuntu 11.10 won't let me login; it kicks me back to login screen

    - by zlyfire
    I was just copying files from my external HDD to my .wine directory, when I noticed the place where the launchers are (Unity desktop) was getting fuzzy and holding onto graphics from the things in the location prior(i have it autohide when a window covers it). I assumed it was just RAM problem, so I canceled the copying, since it wasn't actually important. The glitch remained, and so did another; very slow response time. The mouse moved just fine, but windows were waiting about a minute after I hit the x button to close or even switch active window. Once again, I blamed RAM (only have 2 GBs) so I restarted. Usually, it autologs me into my account, since I'm the only user, but this time it presented me with the login screen. I thought it odd, but tried to log in. A black screen with some text pops up (assuming terminal screen) for half a second then kicks me back to the login screen. I tried the guest account and no luck. I went into terminal (alt+ctrl+f1) and logged in and it worked. I deleted .Xauthority, made new account, and even rebooted quite a few times, all to no avail. Anyone have an idea?

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  • Please Critique this PHP Login Script

    - by NightMICU
    Greetings, A site I developed was recently compromised, most likely by a brute force or Rainbow Table attack. The original log-in script did not have a SALT, passwords were stored in MD5. Below is an updated script, complete with SALT and IP address banning. In addition, it will send a Mayday email & SMS and disable the account should the same IP address or account attempt 4 failed log-ins. Please look it over and let me know what could be improved, what is missing, and what is just plain strange. Many thanks! <?php //Start session session_start(); //Include DB config include $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/includes/pdo_conn.inc.php'; //Error message array $errmsg_arr = array(); $errflag = false; //Function to sanitize values received from the form. Prevents SQL injection function clean($str) { $str = @trim($str); if(get_magic_quotes_gpc()) { $str = stripslashes($str); } return $str; } //Define a SALT, the one here is for demo define('SALT', '63Yf5QNA'); //Sanitize the POST values $login = clean($_POST['login']); $password = clean($_POST['password']); //Encrypt password $encryptedPassword = md5(SALT . $password); //Input Validations //Obtain IP address and check for past failed attempts $ip_address = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; $checkIPBan = $db->prepare("SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ip_ban WHERE ipAddr = ? OR login = ?"); $checkIPBan->execute(array($ip_address, $login)); $numAttempts = $checkIPBan->fetchColumn(); //If there are 4 failed attempts, send back to login and temporarily ban IP address if ($numAttempts == 1) { $getTotalAttempts = $db->prepare("SELECT attempts FROM ip_ban WHERE ipAddr = ? OR login = ?"); $getTotalAttempts->execute(array($ip_address, $login)); $totalAttempts = $getTotalAttempts->fetch(); $totalAttempts = $totalAttempts['attempts']; if ($totalAttempts >= 4) { //Send Mayday SMS $to = "[email protected]"; $subject = "Banned Account - $login"; $mailheaders = 'From: [email protected]' . "\r\n"; $mailheaders .= 'Reply-To: [email protected]' . "\r\n"; $mailheaders .= 'MIME-Version: 1.0' . "\r\n"; $mailheaders .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1' . "\r\n"; $msg = "<p>IP Address - " . $ip_address . ", Username - " . $login . "</p>"; mail($to, $subject, $msg, $mailheaders); $setAccountBan = $db->query("UPDATE ip_ban SET isBanned = 1 WHERE ipAddr = '$ip_address'"); $setAccountBan->execute(); $errmsg_arr[] = 'Too Many Login Attempts'; $errflag = true; } } if($login == '') { $errmsg_arr[] = 'Login ID missing'; $errflag = true; } if($password == '') { $errmsg_arr[] = 'Password missing'; $errflag = true; } //If there are input validations, redirect back to the login form if($errflag) { $_SESSION['ERRMSG_ARR'] = $errmsg_arr; session_write_close(); header('Location: http://somewhere.com/login.php'); exit(); } //Query database $loginSQL = $db->prepare("SELECT password FROM user_control WHERE username = ?"); $loginSQL->execute(array($login)); $loginResult = $loginSQL->fetch(); //Compare passwords if($loginResult['password'] == $encryptedPassword) { //Login Successful session_regenerate_id(); //Collect details about user and assign session details $getMemDetails = $db->prepare("SELECT * FROM user_control WHERE username = ?"); $getMemDetails->execute(array($login)); $member = $getMemDetails->fetch(); $_SESSION['SESS_MEMBER_ID'] = $member['user_id']; $_SESSION['SESS_USERNAME'] = $member['username']; $_SESSION['SESS_FIRST_NAME'] = $member['name_f']; $_SESSION['SESS_LAST_NAME'] = $member['name_l']; $_SESSION['SESS_STATUS'] = $member['status']; $_SESSION['SESS_LEVEL'] = $member['level']; //Get Last Login $_SESSION['SESS_LAST_LOGIN'] = $member['lastLogin']; //Set Last Login info $updateLog = $db->prepare("UPDATE user_control SET lastLogin = DATE_ADD(NOW(), INTERVAL 1 HOUR), ip_addr = ? WHERE user_id = ?"); $updateLog->execute(array($ip_address, $member['user_id'])); session_write_close(); //If there are past failed log-in attempts, delete old entries if ($numAttempts > 0) { //Past failed log-ins from this IP address. Delete old entries $deleteIPBan = $db->prepare("DELETE FROM ip_ban WHERE ipAddr = ?"); $deleteIPBan->execute(array($ip_address)); } if ($member['level'] != "3" || $member['status'] == "Suspended") { header("location: http://somewhere.com"); } else { header('Location: http://somewhere.com'); } exit(); } else { //Login failed. Add IP address and other details to ban table if ($numAttempts < 1) { //Add a new entry to IP Ban table $addBanEntry = $db->prepare("INSERT INTO ip_ban (ipAddr, login, attempts) VALUES (?,?,?)"); $addBanEntry->execute(array($ip_address, $login, 1)); } else { //increment Attempts count $updateBanEntry = $db->prepare("UPDATE ip_ban SET ipAddr = ?, login = ?, attempts = attempts+1 WHERE ipAddr = ? OR login = ?"); $updateBanEntry->execute(array($ip_address, $login, $ip_address, $login)); } header('Location: http://somewhere.com/login.php'); exit(); } ?>

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  • no login screen: problem with lightdm or plymouth?

    - by a different ben
    When I boot up my system, I don't get a login screen, just the boot log scrolling by, repeating after a while lines like this: * Starting anac(h)ronistic cron [ OK ] * Stopping anac(h)ronistic cron [ OK ] I can change to another virtual terminal, and start lightdm from there with sudo lightdm restart or sudo start lightdm. Other people with similar problems had just lightdm in their /etc/x11/default-display-manager. I've checked mine and it has /usr/sbin/lightdm in there, so that's not the problem.

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  • How to Make Sample Login Multi Company in use mvc4 [closed]

    - by ksyahputra
    How to make for Login Company in use VS.2010 .Net and StoreProcedur TabelUserPayroll *UnitID *UserLogin *UserPassword *ActiveYN TabelUserPersmissions *UnitID *UserLogin *IPAddress *PermissionAccess *PermissionView *PermissionAdd *PermissionEdit *PermissionDelete *PermissionReports TabelMasterCompany *UnitID *UnitNameCompany *CurrencyID TabelHeader *UnitID *PurchaseNumber *Vendor *WareHouse *CurrencyID *Total TabelDetail *UnitID *PurchaseNumber *ItemID *Qty *Price

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  • Xubuntu: Screen idle-dims after lock+new login although not idling

    - by unhammer
    I set my screen to dim after 2 minutes idling on battery in XFCE power settings. If I lock and click new login, and log in as another user, the screen will dim after 2 minutes even though that second user is active. Is there some setting or workaround for this? It feels like a bug, but I have no idea what program or combination of programs would be responsible … (I don't know if this affects Unity users or not.)

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  • can't get past the login screen

    - by Greg
    Using a brand-new install to a usb stick of 12.04 lts installed by Universal USB Installer 1.8.9.8. I log in as "ubuntu" with a blank password, the console appears for a second or two with text scrolling past and then it returns to the login page. I've used the same usb stick on several computers with the same results, so it doesn't appear to be a hardware/driver issue. I have not tried installing to the hard drive, because I wanted to try it out first.

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  • Issue with a secure login - Why am I being redirected to the insecure login?

    - by mstrmrvls
    Im having some issues getting a website working at my place of work. The issue was rasised when a "double login" occurred from the secure login site. The second login was actually being prompted by the HTTP domain and not HTTPS. In essence the situation is like this: The user navigates to https://mysite.com/something The login prompt pops up Enter username and password The user is presented with ANOTHER login prompt (IE will say its insecure, and the address bar reflects that) If the user puts in their password the insecure one, they will login to the insecure site. if they hit cancel it will present them with a 401 page Navigating back to https://somesite.com/something will by pass the login prompt and log them in to the secure site automatically (cookie maybe) I'm a bit confused to why the user isnt being logged in properly the first time (redirected to non-ssl) but any consecutive login will be okay? I've been trying to use fiddler to see what is happening after the user puts in their password the first time and trying to get fiddler to automatically login to the site (with no luck) I believe the website in question is using Basic Digest authentication. Thanks for any help

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