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  • Ubuntu GUI crash when LightDM enters, unable to login

    - by Cesar
    This issue happened spounteniously, i don´t know what could have cause it as i wasn´t using the PC when it happened. I ruled out any messing around with the setting as the user doesn´t know how to enter the BIOS, doesn´t have the sudo password and was only using firefox and libreoffice when it happened. After the plymouth sequence i get this error. https://www.dropbox.com/s/uf1xdkqkw9alvcu/IMAG0252.jpg And this option: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tpivkgjkx2spa3v/IMAG0253.jpg I follow each option and nothing happens after that. The issue persist after rebooting. I choose the other options to see if anything happens, i either get back to option 1 or doesn´t show anything anormal. (I have pictures i someone wants to know) What i found weird is that event though the error is possitioned in the chip, however ubuntu 10.04 and 12.04 run fine in a live CD I saw that some people are having issues when LightDM has a non default wallpaper, but i use a default one. Thanks in advance.

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  • Login - check database if user exists... (c#)

    - by SAMIR BHOGAYTA
    I have managed to do the following... string connectionString = "datasource=localhost;username=xxx;password=xxx;database=xxx"; MySqlConnection mySqlConnection = new MySqlConnection(connectionString); string selectString = "SELECT username, password " + "FROM forum_members " + "WHERE username = '" + frmUsername.Text + "' AND password = '" + frmPassword.Text + "'"; MySqlCommand mySqlCommand = new MySqlCommand(selectString, mySqlConnection); mySqlConnection.Open(); String strResult = String.Empty; strResult = (String)mySqlCommand.ExecuteScalar(); mySqlConnection.Close(); if (strResult.Length == 0) { Label1.Text = "INCORRECT USER/PASS!" //could redirect to register page } else { Label1.Text = "YOU ARE LOGGED IN!"; //set loggin in sessions variables }

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  • How to change login wallpaper?

    - by Mochan
    So, say my wallpaper is a picture of my family or something, or a picture of a flower. But, when I log in, I don't want my family/flower to show on the log in screen but instead be something separate. Is there a possible way to do this? Like, say, this is my desktop image: But for my log in screen, I would have to have this (but I want the flower, and then the woven speaker thing for the log in screen?): Thanks in advance,

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  • Administrator user session only shows a terminal

    - by Saariko
    Weird problem: After upgrading to 11.10 (and I am sure that I worked with it for couple of days). We had a power failure, and now, when open the computer, what I get is a screen, with a scrollable list of users (administrator is one of them). When I select the administrator user, and login, I get on the top left a terminal window. That's it ! I don't see my regular ubuntu desktop. What's wrong? I have tried some of the issues mentioned here: Delete the .Xauthority sudo apt-get update *I had some DNS errors, so had to fic my /etc/resolv.config (works now) please advise.

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  • Dual booted Windows 7 freezes after login screen

    - by Cathal
    First-time Linux user, using a Packard Bell Easy Note TS laptop. My problem arose after I dual boot installed Ubuntu 12.04 on Windows 7 via WUBI. I backed up all my data, and reinstalled Windows from factory settings on the recovery partition. When I first tried to install Ubuntu I mistakenly closed the lid at the start of the installation, stopping it. After that I rebooted, and my second installation attempt went without a hitch. Ubuntu works perfectly, the data on the partitions seem to be fine. My problem is I can't log back in to Windows 7. After selecting it in GRUB, and then in the Windows 7/ WUBI choice on boot, it loads up perfectly til the user log in screen. After the password is inputted, it stalls on the "Welcome" busy screen. This happens in Safe mode as well. Startup repair can't find a problem and neither can CHKDSK. System restore and Last known good config have no effect either. If anyone could help me out, I'd be real grateful. edit in response to the question below, since I don't know how to comment: Windows was installed first and its partitions are the first on the list. Should I move the windows partitions to after the Linux ones on the disk? Thanks for your help.

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  • cannot unlock login screen 14.04

    - by LittleNooby
    When my computer boots, entering the correct password won't start my session. I found out the problem is /home/user/.Xauthority ownership. root owns this folder and giving the ownership to the user will solve the problem... for a while. I don't know how or when, but the ownership will go back to root pretty often; It can happen just after one boot or ten. Is there a definitive solution to this problem?

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  • 12.4 LTS after update fails to login

    - by user111839
    An update today (30-11-2012) on 12.4 lead to failure to log in. The system gets through its boot process then presents the logins, on choosing any of these immediately returned to log-in screen with no error. Machine is an AMD FX 64 on an Asus MB using the built-in graphics. If no one knows what this might be, what's the alternative distro to Ubuntu? It's the second time something like this has happened after an update in three months, kudos to the Ubuntu team but I need more reliability. Cheers, thanks to all.

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  • Immediate logout after login with PAM, Kerberos, and LDAP

    - by Dylan Klomparens
    I've set up remote login on a computer using Kerberos and LDAP. I've also configured NFS to mount onto /home so that the user's home directory is the same wherever they login. Kerberos authentication seems to work fine. I can get a ticket using kinit user1 (assuming user1 is a remote user) and see the ticket with klist. I'm pretty sure LDAP is working because I see the proper output from getent passwd, which lists all the remote users. The contents of /home are present when I list the files. The problem is: when I try to login as a remote user the session is immediately ended. Why is it not letting me stay logged in? Here is the output from /var/log/messages after a login attempt: # /var/log/messages: Oct 9 10:57:53 tophat login[6472]: pam_krb5[6472]: authentication succeeds for 'user1' ([email protected]) Oct 9 10:57:53 tophat login[6472]: pam_krb5[6472]: pam_setcred (establish credential) called Oct 9 10:57:53 tophat login[6472]: pam_krb5[6472]: pam_setcred (delete credential) called EDIT: The distro is openSUSE. Here are the common-* files in /etc/pam.d:   # /etc/pam.d/common-account account required pam_unix.so   # /etc/pam.d/common-auth auth sufficient pam_krb5.so minimum_uid=1000 auth required pam_unix.so nullok_secure try_first_pass   # /etc/pam.d/common-session session optional pam_umask.so umask=002 session sufficient pam_krb5.so minimum_uid=1000 session required pam_unix.so There doesn't appear to be a /var/log/auth.log file nor a /var/log/secure file.

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  • Making it Easier for Older Users to Login to Multiple Accounts

    - by Mike Hagstrom
    I currently do consulting for a small business that has multiple applications that they need to login too. I'm trying to get them to start using Basecamp and Zendesk to make all of our lives easier when it comes to collaboration on big projects and quick helpdesk ticket items. However, I have recently been informed that it is difficult for them to remember all of these websites etc... to login too. However the login information is the same. Right now they have to login to: Windows Login Gmail I want them additionally to login to Basecamp Zendesk This is just a generation or two gap between myself and them, so I'm wondering what others do to solve these problems. Is there some way we could configure USB thumbdrives that somehow have Lastpass or something on that when plugged into the computer automatically log them into their Windows account, then when they were to say visit the Basecamp account would automatically log them into that? I think the security risk (of a list thumbdrive) is well worth the ability to use these extra applications. Unless anyone else has any other ways for making it easier for users to login to multiple sites.

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  • Trouble getting FTP login to work in IIS6

    - by Frank Rosario
    Hello all, I'm trying to setup an FTP site for one of my clients to pickup files from us using IIS6. I've created the FTP site, have set to not isolate users (not necessary as FTP will be read only with authentication). Here's the problem. The FTP is to be password protected, so I turned of anonymous access on the FTP site. I then created a ftpuser account on the machine, and gave it read and browse directory permissions on the ftp's root directory. However, when I go to test the ftpuser login, I get a 530 "ftpuser cannot login" error. However, if I browse to same directory over HTTP (anonymous access turned off as well) and enter the ftpuser login info, I can download files and browse directories successfully. Why is the ftpuser working over HTTP but not FTP? Shouldn't I be able to login over FTP with the ftpuser login information I just created? Thanks in advance, - Frank

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  • Changed login for a user with encrypted home, now I can't login

    - by HappyDeveloper
    I changed a user's login by doing this: $ usermod old_login -l new_login I also wanted to move his home to reflect his new username, but it wouldn't let me, so I just rebooted. But now after I login, the screen blinks and I'm redirected back to the login screen. And that's what happens when you cannot access your home, that's why I think it has something to do with his home being encrypted. How do I fix this? I'm on a Ubuntu 12 Virtualbox VM.

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  • Snow Leopard Hangs at Login Window

    - by jessecurry
    I've had an issue for the past few months, but I rarely restart so it hasn't caused too much trouble. Basically, when I start up my Mac (iMac10,1 - 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, OS X 10.6.3) everything proceeds as usual until I reach the login window. The login window displays normally, but keyboard and mouse input seem to be ignored. This condition persists for around 5 minutes at which time everything goes back to normal. While the login window is frozen my second monitor appears entirely blue, the second monitor receives a background as soon as the login window becomes responsive. If I startup while holding SHIFT the problem still occurs, but the freeze is much shorter. Looking through my logs I see no activity during the time that the login window is frozen. I've attempted to repair disk permissions, and gone through every possible maintenance option in Cocktail.

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  • SQL Server Instance login issue

    - by reallyJim
    I've just brought up a new installation of SQL Server 2008. I installed the default instance as well as one named instance. I'm having a problem connecting to the named instance from anywhere besides the server itself with any user besides 'sa'. I am running in mixed mode. I have a login/user that has a known username. Using that user/login, I can properly connect when directly on the server. When I attempt to login from anywhere else, I recieve a "Login failed for user ''", with Error 18456. In the log file in the server, I see a reason that doesn't seem to help: "Reason: Could not find a login matching the name provided.". However, that user/login DOES exist, as I can use it locally. There are no further details about the error. Where can I start to find something to help me with this? I've tried deleting and recreating the user, as well as just creating a new one from scratch--same result, locally fine, remotely an error. EDIT: Partially Resolved. I'm now passed the base issue--the clients were trying to connect via the default instance. I don't know why. So, once proper ports were opened in the firewall, and a static port assigned to the named instance, I can now connect--BUT ONLY if I specify the connection as Server,Port. SQLBrowser is apparently not helping/working in this case. I've verified it IS running, and done a stop/restart after my config changes, but no difference yet.

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  • Unable to login through varnish cache

    - by ArunS
    I am setting up Active Collab Site in my new server. The setup is like below Internet --- varnish ---- apache But i am not able to login to the site through varnish cache.. But i can login to site through apache. Here is my VCL file backend default { .host = "localhost"; .port = "8080"; } acl purge { "localhost"; } sub vcl_recv { if (req.request == "PURGE") { if (!client.ip ~ purge) { error 405 "Not allowed."; } return(lookup); } if (req.url ~ "^/$") { unset req.http.cookie; } } sub vcl_hit { if (req.request == "PURGE") { set obj.ttl = 0s; error 200 "Purged."; } } sub vcl_miss { if (req.request == "PURGE") { error 404 "Not in cache."; } if (!(req.url ~ "wp-(login|admin)")) { unset req.http.cookie; } if (req.url ~ "^/[^?]+.(jpeg|jpg|png|gif|ico|js|css|txt|gz|zip|lzma|bz2|tgz|tbz|html|htm)(\?.|)$") { unset req.http.cookie; set req.url = regsub(req.url, "\?.$", ""); } if (req.url ~ "^/$") { unset req.http.cookie; } } sub vcl_fetch { if (req.url ~ "^/$") { unset beresp.http.set-cookie; } if (!(req.url ~ "wp-(login|admin)")) { unset beresp.http.set-cookie; }} When i try to login through varnish i was redirect back to login page. If i enter wrong password, then it will ask for enter correct password.

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  • SQL Server Instance login issue

    - by reallyJim
    I've just brought up a new installation of SQL Server 2008. I installed the default instance as well as one named instance. I'm having a problem connecting to the named instance from anywhere besides the server itself with any user besides 'sa'. I am running in mixed mode. I have a login/user that has a known username. Using that user/login, I can properly connect when directly on the server. When I attempt to login from anywhere else, I recieve a "Login failed for user ''", with Error 18456. In the log file in the server, I see a reason that doesn't seem to help: "Reason: Could not find a login matching the name provided.". However, that user/login DOES exist, as I can use it locally. There are no further details about the error. Where can I start to find something to help me with this? I've tried deleting and recreating the user, as well as just creating a new one from scratch--same result, locally fine, remotely an error. EDIT: Partially Resolved. I'm now passed the base issue--the clients were trying to connect via the default instance. I don't know why. So, once proper ports were opened in the firewall, and a static port assigned to the named instance, I can now connect--BUT ONLY if I specify the connection as Server,Port. SQLBrowser is apparently not helping/working in this case. I've verified it IS running, and done a stop/restart after my config changes, but no difference yet.

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  • SQL Server v.Next (Denali) : Troubleshooting Error 18456

    - by AaronBertrand
    I think we've all dealt with error 18456, whether it be an application unable to access SQL Server, credentials changing over time, or a user who can't type a password correctly. The trick to troubleshooting this error number is that the error message returned to the client or application trying to connect is intentionally vague (the error message is similar for most errors, and the state is always 1). In a few cases, some additional information is included, but for the most part several of these...(read more)

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 Can't Login-Tty Console said: -bash: /usr/bin/byobu/-launch: no such file or directory

    - by zuhudfm
    I face problem in login to Ubuntu 12.04. I think it's caused by accessing super user (if not wrong). I type sudo nautilus to put a background to burg, but i fail x_x. After reboot, i can't login to desktop. But i can login as guest. I had 'googling' for problem solving. Most of it is login to screen like terminal (maybe tty console) by pressing ctrl+alt+F1. But after i login system says: -bash: /usr/bin/byobu/-launch: no such file or directory help help help :(

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  • Ubuntu 14.04 stalling. Problem with LightDM. Plymouth (and logging out) switches over to a black screen w/ white cursor

    - by Kage
    if its a duplicate, sorry. Couldn't find anything that fits my issue, much less that was on 14.04. I changed a few things recently. Switched to the Numix theme (from PPA), installed lm-sensors and psensor (ran all the I/O probes), Ubuntu Tweak, Pinta, and well, Team Fortress 2 on Steam. :P The system will get to the Plymouth 'ubuntu' screen, load load, all dots filled, switches over to LightDM, but wait! No LightDM. :I Just a blank screen with that white cursor. Can't switch out to tty1-6 - not sure if the Ctrl-Alt-F1 is disabled in 14.04 or if its literally just locked down. If I change any files, I have access to the filesystem from my Windows 8 partition. That's it. :/ I'm pretty familiar with Linux, especially Ubuntu, but I think I'm still at the point I know just enough to break things and not always how to fix 'em. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! UPDATE I was just able to get into my desktop briefly. I booted Ubuntu. When the black screen froze, I hit Ctrl-Alt-Del. When it started switching off, I hit Ctrl-Alt-Backspace. It rebooted. I plugged the second monitor in I had been using before the issue ever came about. Plymouth displayed on both. LightDM came up, displayed on both (it used to show only the ubuntu logo on the unfocused monitor though). I logged in just fine. Even ran some pending software updates. I logged out of the desktop though, and LightDM refused to show again. xP

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  • Can't log-in anymore

    - by Awake Zoldiek
    I installed Ubuntu x64 12.04 Desktop LTS on my new laptop three days ago. Of course when I installed it I did an "apt-get upgrade" and a "apt-get update". I modified the .bashrc file to add some aliases but that's about it. Everything went fine I think, but this morning when I tried to connect to my user account, it just simply didn't work. Even when I give the right password, it will send me to a black screen with a few text lines written in white for a second and then back to the log-in screen. When I logged into the guest session, I couldn't shutdown / restart. I tried the "rm /home/MyUsername/.Xauthority" solution after doing a Ctrl + Alt + F1 at the log-in screen. But that didn't work. Does anyone has an idea ? My Ubuntu seems to use Gnome. Thank you a lot in advance ! This question is similar to this one, but their solution didn't help : -- after 12.04 upgrade: can't log in although password is correct

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  • Login Website, curious Cookie Problem

    - by Collin Peters
    Hello, Language: C# Development Environment: Visual Studio 2008 Sorry if the english is not perfect. I want to login to a Website and get some Data from there. My Problem is that the Cookies does not work. Everytime the Website says that I should activate Cookies but i activated the Cookies trough a Cookiecontainer. I sniffed the traffic serveral times for the login progress and I see no problem there. I tried different methods to login and I have searched if someone else have this Problem but no results... Login Page is: "www.uploaded.to", Here is my Code to Login in Short Form: private void login() { //Global CookieContainer for all the Cookies CookieContainer _cookieContainer = new CookieContainer(); //First Login to the Website HttpWebRequest _request1 = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create("http://uploaded.to/login"); _request1.Method = "POST"; _request1.CookieContainer = _cookieContainer; string _postData = "email=XXXXX&password=XXXXX"; byte[] _byteArray = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(_postData); Stream _reqStream = _request1.GetRequestStream(); _reqStream.Write(_byteArray, 0, _byteArray.Length); _reqStream.Close(); HttpWebResponse _response1 = (HttpWebResponse)_request1.GetResponse(); _response1.Close(); //######################## //Follow the Link from Request1 HttpWebRequest _request2 = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create("http://uploaded.to/login?coo=1"); _request2.Method = "GET"; _request2.CookieContainer = _cookieContainer; HttpWebResponse _response2 = (HttpWebResponse)_request2.GetResponse(); _response2.Close(); //####################### //Get the Data from the Page after Login HttpWebRequest _request3 = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create("http://uploaded.to/home"); _request3.Method = "GET"; _request3.CookieContainer = _cookieContainer; HttpWebResponse _response3 = (HttpWebResponse)_request3.GetResponse(); _response3.Close(); } I'm stuck at this problem since many weeks and i found no solution that works, please help...

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  • I can't login to my Django app when debug is set to False

    - by Eric
    I have a very strange problem, and I don't know how to fix or debug it. Short Story: I get locked out of my Django app when Debug is set to False. Long story: Case 1 (the first time it happened): 1. I enter my login info, but It just redirects to the login page. 2. I restart the server, try to login, and it works fine, I get in. 3. a few hours later I come back, log out, try to log back in and I can't. It just redirects to the login page. Case 2 (I figure out how to provoke the login failure): 1. I restart the server and am able to login to the site. 2. I log in and log out several times, everything is fine. 3. I go to a non-existing page and get a server error. 4. I log out and try to log back in, and I can't, just get redirected back to the login page. Case 3 (I can't provoke the login failure with Debug set to True): 1. I restart the server and am able to login to the site. 2. I log in and log out several times, everything is fine. 3. I go to a non-existing page and get a traceback. 4. I log out and log back in, everything works. 5. I wait and play around with it and can't get the login to fail while in Debug mode. Please help!

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  • Form Login Error

    - by ilp
    I'm having issues with a login form for my website. At the top of the login.php form I have this <?php if (isset($_SESSION['username'])){ header("Location: http://myurl/"); die;}?> <?php require 'includes/dbconnect.php' ; ?> <?php require 'includes/header.php'; ?> and when login is successful I redirect them to header('Location: http://myrul/'); Header.php has <?php session_start(); ?> at the top. When I tried to login, I get this error message: Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /path/to/file/login.php:7) in /path/to/file/login.php on line 39. login.php:7 == <?php require 'includes/header.php'; ?> while Line 39 in login.php is == header('Location: http://myrul/'); Please where is the problem

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  • Hide usernames shown on Windows Server 2008 Remote Desktop login screen

    - by user38553
    When I remote desktop to my Windows Server 2008 (a hosted virtual server) I see a login screen showing an icon for each user in the system. I can click on a user then enter a password and login. This is a terrible security oversight in my opinion as it gives anyone that might want to compromise my server a full list of valid usernames. Is there a way to revert to the old style of login screen requiring both username and password? Thanks

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  • Usermin (Webmin)- Users can't login

    - by Armadillo
    I've installed Webmin in my server. The users of my Unix server must be able to change their passwords. So, for that, they use Usermin. But users just can't login in Usermin module. I get always this message: Login failed. Please try again. What is the reason for this behavior? How can I give access to Usermin to my users? I'm able to login as any user when viewing "Current Login Sessions" - "Switch to Usermin user:", with the Admin user.

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