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  • Prevent Windows 7 User Accounts from accessing files in other User Accounts

    - by Mantis
    I'm trying to set up another User Account on my Windows 7 Professional laptop for use by another person. I do not want that person to have access to any of the files in my User Account on the same machine. This machine has a single hard disk formatted with NTFS. User accounts data is stored in the default location, C:\Users. I use the computer with a Standard Account (not an Administrator). Let's call my user account "User A." I have given the new user a Standard Account. Let's call the new user's account "User B." To be clear, I want User B to have the ability to log in to her account, to use the computer, but to be unable to access any of the files in the User A account on the same machine. Currently, User B cannot use Windows Explorer to navigate to the location C:\Users\User A. However, by simply using Windows Search, User B can easily find and open documents saved in C:\Users\User A\Documents. After opening a document, that document's full path appears in "Recent Places" in Windows Explorer, and the document appears as a file that can be opened using the "Recent" feature in Word 2010. This is not the desired behavior. User B should not have the ability to see any documents using Windows Search or anything else. I have attempted to set permissions using the following procedure. Using an Administrator account, navigate to C:\Users and right-click on the "User A" folder. Select "Properties." In the "User A Properties" window that appears, click the "Security" tab. Click the "Edit..." button to change permissions. IN the "Permissions for User B" window that appears, under "Group or User Names," select User B. Under "Permissions for User B", check the box under the "Deny" column for the "Full Control" row. Ensure that the "Deny" box is automatically checked for all the other rows, and then click "OK." The system should then begin working. The process could take several minutes. When I followed this procedure, I received several "Access Denied" errors, suggesting that the system was unable to set the permissions as I had directed. I think this might be one of the reasons why User B is still able to access files in User A's account folders. Is there any other way I could accomplish my goal here? Thank you.

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  • Move data from others user accounts in my user account

    - by user118136
    I had problems with compiz setting and I make multiple accounts, now I want to transfer my information from all deleted users in my current account, some data I can not copy because I am not right to read, I type in terminal "sudo nautilus" and I get the permission for read, but the copied data is available only for superusers and I must charge the permissions for each file and each folder. How I can copy the information with out the superuser rights OR how I can charge the permissions for selected folder and all files and folders included in it?

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  • blocking bad bots with robots.txt in 2012 [closed]

    - by Rachel Sparks
    does it still work good? I have this: # Generated using http://solidshellsecurity.com services # Begin block Bad-Robots from robots.txt User-agent: asterias Disallow:/ User-agent: BackDoorBot/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: Black Hole Disallow:/ User-agent: BlowFish/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: BotALot Disallow:/ User-agent: BuiltBotTough Disallow:/ User-agent: Bullseye/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: BunnySlippers Disallow:/ User-agent: Cegbfeieh Disallow:/ User-agent: CheeseBot Disallow:/ User-agent: CherryPicker Disallow:/ User-agent: CherryPickerElite/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: CherryPickerSE/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: CopyRightCheck Disallow:/ User-agent: cosmos Disallow:/ User-agent: Crescent Disallow:/ User-agent: Crescent Internet ToolPak HTTP OLE Control v.1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: DittoSpyder Disallow:/ User-agent: EmailCollector Disallow:/ User-agent: EmailSiphon Disallow:/ User-agent: EmailWolf Disallow:/ User-agent: EroCrawler Disallow:/ User-agent: ExtractorPro Disallow:/ User-agent: Foobot Disallow:/ User-agent: Harvest/1.5 Disallow:/ User-agent: hloader Disallow:/ User-agent: httplib Disallow:/ User-agent: humanlinks Disallow:/ User-agent: InfoNaviRobot Disallow:/ User-agent: JennyBot Disallow:/ User-agent: Kenjin Spider Disallow:/ User-agent: Keyword Density/0.9 Disallow:/ User-agent: LexiBot Disallow:/ User-agent: libWeb/clsHTTP Disallow:/ User-agent: LinkextractorPro Disallow:/ User-agent: LinkScan/8.1a Unix Disallow:/ User-agent: LinkWalker Disallow:/ User-agent: LNSpiderguy Disallow:/ User-agent: lwp-trivial Disallow:/ User-agent: lwp-trivial/1.34 Disallow:/ User-agent: Mata Hari Disallow:/ User-agent: Microsoft URL Control - 5.01.4511 Disallow:/ User-agent: Microsoft URL Control - 6.00.8169 Disallow:/ User-agent: MIIxpc Disallow:/ User-agent: MIIxpc/4.2 Disallow:/ User-agent: Mister PiX Disallow:/ User-agent: moget Disallow:/ User-agent: moget/2.1 Disallow:/ User-agent: mozilla/4 Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; BullsEye; Windows 95) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows 95) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows 98) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows NT) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows XP) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows 2000) Disallow:/ User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows ME) Disallow:/ User-agent: mozilla/5 Disallow:/ User-agent: NetAnts Disallow:/ User-agent: NICErsPRO Disallow:/ User-agent: Offline Explorer Disallow:/ User-agent: Openfind Disallow:/ User-agent: Openfind data gathere Disallow:/ User-agent: ProPowerBot/2.14 Disallow:/ User-agent: ProWebWalker Disallow:/ User-agent: QueryN Metasearch Disallow:/ User-agent: RepoMonkey Disallow:/ User-agent: RepoMonkey Bait & Tackle/v1.01 Disallow:/ User-agent: RMA Disallow:/ User-agent: SiteSnagger Disallow:/ User-agent: SpankBot Disallow:/ User-agent: spanner Disallow:/ User-agent: suzuran Disallow:/ User-agent: Szukacz/1.4 Disallow:/ User-agent: Teleport Disallow:/ User-agent: TeleportPro Disallow:/ User-agent: Telesoft Disallow:/ User-agent: The Intraformant Disallow:/ User-agent: TheNomad Disallow:/ User-agent: TightTwatBot Disallow:/ User-agent: Titan Disallow:/ User-agent: toCrawl/UrlDispatcher Disallow:/ User-agent: True_Robot Disallow:/ User-agent: True_Robot/1.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: turingos Disallow:/ User-agent: URLy Warning Disallow:/ User-agent: VCI Disallow:/ User-agent: VCI WebViewer VCI WebViewer Win32 Disallow:/ User-agent: Web Image Collector Disallow:/ User-agent: WebAuto Disallow:/ User-agent: WebBandit Disallow:/ User-agent: WebBandit/3.50 Disallow:/ User-agent: WebCopier Disallow:/ User-agent: WebEnhancer Disallow:/ User-agent: WebmasterWorldForumBot Disallow:/ User-agent: WebSauger Disallow:/ User-agent: Website Quester Disallow:/ User-agent: Webster Pro Disallow:/ User-agent: WebStripper Disallow:/ User-agent: WebZip Disallow:/ User-agent: WebZip/4.0 Disallow:/ User-agent: Wget Disallow:/ User-agent: Wget/1.5.3 Disallow:/ User-agent: Wget/1.6 Disallow:/ User-agent: WWW-Collector-E Disallow:/ User-agent: Xenu's Disallow:/ User-agent: Xenu's Link Sleuth 1.1c Disallow:/ User-agent: Zeus Disallow:/ User-agent: Zeus 32297 Webster Pro V2.9 Win32 Disallow:/

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  • Global User Experience Research: Mobile

    - by ultan o'broin
    A shout out to the usableapps.oracle.com blog article Going Native to Understand Mobile Workers. Oracle is a global company and with all that revenue coming from outside the US, international usability research is essential. So read up about how the Applications User Experience team went about this important user-centered ethnographic research. Personalization is king in the mobile space. Going native is a great way to uncover exactly what users want as they work and use their mobile devices, but you need to do it worldwide!

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  • flickr, other account types not appearing in online-accounts

    - by Fen
    Using Shotwell, I discovered that to publish to Flickr I need to set up an online account. But the online-accounts system settings only has support for Google, Facebook, Windows Live, Microsoft Exchange and Enterprise Login (Kerberos). How do I add account types? These appear to be properly installed (dpkg-reconfigure returns silently): gnome-control-center-signon is already the newest version. account-plugin-yahoo is already the newest version. account-plugin-flickr is already the newest version. Here's the config file (I think): > cat /usr/share/applications/gnome-online-accounts-panel.desktop [Desktop Entry] Name=Online Accounts Comment=Manage online accounts Exec=gnome-control-center online-accounts Icon=goa-panel Terminal=false Type=Application StartupNotify=true Categories=GNOME;GTK;Settings;DesktopSettings;X-GNOME-Settings-Panel;X-GNOME-PersonalSettings; OnlyShowIn=GNOME;XFCE X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Bugzilla=GNOME X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Product=gnome-control-center X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Component=Online Accounts X-GNOME-Bugzilla-Version=3.4.2 X-GNOME-Settings-Panel=online-accounts # Translators: those are keywords for the online-accounts control-center panel Keywords=Google;Facebook;Flickr;Twitter;Yahoo;Web;Online;Chat;Calendar;Mail;Contact; X-Ubuntu-Gettext-Domain=gnome-control-center-2.0 History: Started out with Ubuntu (64-bit), then in 12.04 installed xubuntu-desktop and have been using that. Upgraded to 12.10.

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  • Conversation as User Assistance

    - by ultan o'broin
    Applications User Experience members (Erika Web, Laurie Pattison, and I) attended the User Assistance Europe Conference in Stockholm, Sweden. We were impressed with the thought leadership and practical application of ideas in Anne Gentle's keynote address "Social Web Strategies for Documentation". After the conference, we spoke with Anne to explore the ideas further. Anne Gentle (left) with Applications User Experience Senior Director Laurie Pattison In Anne's book called Conversation and Community: The Social Web for Documentation, she explains how user assistance is undergoing a seismic shift. The direction is away from the old print manuals and online help concept towards a web-based, user community-driven solution using social media tools. User experience professionals now have a vast range of such tools to start and nurture this "conversation": blogs, wikis, forums, social networking sites, microblogging systems, image and video sharing sites, virtual worlds, podcasts, instant messaging, mashups, and so on. That user communities are a rich source of user assistance is not a surprise, but the extent of available assistance is. For example, we know from the Consortium for Service Innovation that there has been an 'explosion' of user-generated content on the web. User-initiated community conversations provide as much as 30 times the number of official help desk solutions for consortium members! The growing reliance on user community solutions is clearly a user experience issue. Anne says that user assistance as conversation "means getting closer to users and helping them perform well. User-centered design has been touted as one of the most important ideas developed in the last 20 years of workplace writing. Now writers can take the idea of user-centered design a step further by starting conversations with users and enabling user assistance in interactions." Some of Anne's favorite examples of this paradigm shift from the world of traditional documentation to community conversation include: Writer Bob Bringhurst's blog about Adobe InDesign and InCopy products and Adobe's community help The Microsoft Development Network Community Center ·The former Sun (now Oracle) OpenDS wiki, NetBeans Ruby and other community approaches to engage diverse audiences using screencasts, wikis, and blogs. Cisco's customer support wiki, EMC's community, as well as Symantec and Intuit's approaches The efforts of Ubuntu, Mozilla, and the FLOSS community generally Adobe Writer Bob Bringhurst's Blog Oracle is not without a user community conversation too. Besides the community discussions and blogs around documentation offerings, we have the My Oracle Support Community forums, Oracle Technology Network (OTN) communities, wiki, blogs, and so on. We have the great work done by our user groups and customer councils. Employees like David Haimes reach out, and enthusiastic non-employee gurus like Chet Justice (OracleNerd), Floyd Teter and Eddie Awad provide great "how-to" information too. But what does this paradigm shift mean for existing technical writers as users turn away from the traditional printable PDF manual deliverables? We asked Anne after the conference. The writer role becomes one of conversation initiator or enabler. The role evolves, along with the process, as the users define their concept of user assistance and terms of engagement with the product instead of having it pre-determined. It is largely a case now of "inventing the job while you're doing it, instead of being hired for it" Anne said. There is less emphasis on formal titles. Anne mentions that her own title "Content Stacker" at OpenStack; others use titles such as "Content Curator" or "Community Lead". However, the role remains one essentially about communications, "but of a new type--interacting with users, moderating, curating content, instead of sitting down to write a manual from start to finish." Clearly then, this role is open to more than professional technical writers. Product managers who write blogs, developers who moderate forums, support professionals who update wikis, rock star programmers with a penchant for YouTube are ideal. Anyone with the product knowledge, empathy for the user, and flair for relationships on the social web can join in. Some even perform these roles already but do not realize it. Anne feels the technical communicator space will move from hiring new community conversation professionals (who are already active in the space through blogging, tweets, wikis, and so on) to retraining some existing writers over time. Our own research reveals that the established proponents of community user assistance even set employee performance objectives for internal content curators about the amount of community content delivered by people outside the organization! To take advantage of the conversations on the web as user assistance, enterprises must first establish where on the spectrum their community lies. "What is the line between community willingness to contribute and the enterprise objectives?" Anne asked. "The relationship with users must be managed and also measured." Anne believes that the process can start with a "just do it" approach. Begin by reaching out to existing user groups, individual bloggers and tweeters, forum posters, early adopter program participants, conference attendees, customer advisory board members, and so on. Use analytical tools to measure the level of conversation about your products and services to show a return on investment (ROI), winning management support. Anne emphasized that success with the community model is dependent on lowering the technical and motivational barriers so that users can readily contribute to the conversation. Simple tools must be provided, and guidelines, if any, must be straightforward but not mandatory. The conversational approach is one where traditional style and branding guides do not necessarily apply. Tools and infrastructure help users to create content easily, to search and find the information online, read it, rate it, translate it, and participate further in the content's evolution. Recognizing contributors by using ratings on forums, giving out Twitter kudos, conference invitations, visits to headquarters, free products, preview releases, and so on, also encourages the adoption of the conversation model. The move to conversation as user assistance is not free, but there is a business ROI. The conversational model means that customer service is enhanced, as user experience moves from a functional to a valued, emotional level. Studies show a positive correlation between loyalty and financial performance (Consortium for Service Innovation, 2010), and as customer experience and loyalty become key differentiators, user experience professionals cannot explore the model's possibilities. The digital universe (measured at 1.2 million petabytes in 2010) is doubling every 12 to 18 months, and 70 percent of that universe consists of user-generated content (IDC, 2010). Conversation as user assistance cannot be ignored but must be embraced. It is a time to manage for abundance, not scarcity. Besides, the conversation approach certainly sounds more interesting, rewarding, and fun than the traditional model! I would like to thank Anne for her time and thoughts, and recommend that all user assistance professionals read her book. You can follow Anne on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/annegentle. Oracle's Acrolinx IQ deployment was used to author this article.

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  • Using Completed User Stories to Estimate Future User Stories

    - by David Kaczynski
    In Scrum/Agile, the complexity of a user story can be estimated in story points. After completing some user stories, a programmer or team of programmers can use those experiences to better estimate how much time it might take to complete a future user story. Is there a methodology for breaking down the complexity of user stories into quantifiable or quantifiable attributes? For example, User Story X requires a rich, new view in the GUI, but User Story X can perform most of its functionality using existing business logic on the server. On a scale of 1 to 10, User Story X has a complexity of 7 on the client and a complexity of 2 on the server. After User Story X is completed, someone asks how long would it take to complete User Story Y, which has a complexity of 3 on the client and 6 on the server. Looking at how long it took to complete User Story X, we can make an educated estimate on how long it might take to complete User Story Y. I can imagine some other details: The complexity of one attribute (such as complexity of client) could have sub-attributes, such as number of steps in a sequence, function points, etc. Several other attributes that could be considered as well, such as the programmer's familiarity with the system or the number of components/interfaces involved These attributes could be accumulated into some sort of user story checklist. To reiterate: is there an existing methodology for decomposing the complexity of a user story into complexity of attributes/sub-attributes, or is using completed user stories as indicators in estimating future user stories more of an informal process?

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  • How to change local user home folder on Windows 2000 and above

    - by Adi Roiban
    I was using a local account on a Windows 7 desktop that is not connected to any Active Directory. After a while it was required to rename the local account. Renaming the account was simple using Local users and groups management tool. After renaming the user, the user home folder was not renamed and I could not find any information about how to change user home folder. I found the ProfileList registry folder but maybe there is a command line for doing such changes. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • How to change local user home folder on Windows 2000 and above

    - by Adi Roiban
    I was using a local account on a Windows 7 desktop that is not connected to any Active Directory. After a while it was required to rename the local account. Renaming the account was simple using Local users and groups management tool. After renaming the user, the user home folder was not renamed and I could not find any information about how to change user home folder. I found the ProfileList registry folder but maybe there is a command line for doing such changes. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Managed Service Accounts (MSA) and Virtual Accounts

    Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 have two new types of service accounts called Manage Service Accounts (MSA) and Virtual Accounts.  These make long term management of service account users, passwords and SPNs much easier. Consider the environment at OrcsWeb.  As a PCI Compliant hosting company, we need to change all security related passwords every 3 months.  This is a substantial undertaking each time because of hundreds of passwords spread throughout our enterprise.  We...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • Redirect network logs from syslog to another file

    - by w0rldart
    I keep logging way to much info (not needed, for now) in my syslog, and not daily or hourly... but instant. If I want to watch for something in my syslog I just can't because the network log keeps interfering. So, how can I redirect network logs to another file and/or stop logging it? Dec 10 17:01:33 user kernel: [ 8716.000587] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:01:33 user kernel: [ 8716.000599] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:01:33 user kernel: [ 8716.000601] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:01:33 user kernel: [ 8716.000612] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:01:33 user kernel: [ 8716.000615] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:01:39 user kernel: [ 8722.000714] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:01:39 user kernel: [ 8722.000729] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:01:39 user kernel: [ 8722.000732] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:01:39 user kernel: [ 8722.000747] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:01:39 user kernel: [ 8722.000751] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:01:44 user kernel: [ 8726.904025] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:01:45 user kernel: [ 8728.003138] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:01:45 user kernel: [ 8728.003153] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:01:45 user kernel: [ 8728.003157] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:01:45 user kernel: [ 8728.003171] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:01:45 user kernel: [ 8728.003175] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:01:51 user kernel: [ 8734.004066] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:01:51 user kernel: [ 8734.004079] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:01:51 user kernel: [ 8734.004082] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:01:51 user kernel: [ 8734.004096] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:01:51 user kernel: [ 8734.004099] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.004108] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.004119] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.004121] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.004132] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.004135] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:01:57 user kernel: [ 8740.436021] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:03 user kernel: [ 8746.005280] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:02:03 user kernel: [ 8746.005294] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:02:03 user kernel: [ 8746.005298] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:02:03 user kernel: [ 8746.005312] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:02:03 user kernel: [ 8746.005315] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:02:09 user kernel: [ 8752.004790] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:02:09 user kernel: [ 8752.004804] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:02:09 user kernel: [ 8752.004808] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:02:09 user kernel: [ 8752.004821] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:02:09 user kernel: [ 8752.004825] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8757.984031] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8758.004078] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8758.004094] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8758.004097] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8758.004112] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:02:15 user kernel: [ 8758.004116] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:02:16 user kernel: [ 8759.492017] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.002179] SCANNING, suspend MSDU transmission ... Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.004291] MlmeScanReqAction -- Send PSM Data frame for off channel RM, SCAN_IN_PROGRESS=1! Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.025055] SYNC - BBP R4 to 20MHz.l Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.027249] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#1(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF1, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.170206] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#2(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF1, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.318211] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#3(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF2, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.462269] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#4(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF2, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.606229] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#5(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF3, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:19 user kernel: [ 8762.750202] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#6(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=25, 2T), N=0xF3, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8762.894217] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#7(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF4, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.038202] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#11(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF6, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040194] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040199] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 03a3:037e Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040387] SYNC - End of SCAN, restore to channel 11, Total BSS[03] Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040400] ScanNextChannel -- Send PSM Data frame Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040402] bFastRoamingScan ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Get back to send data ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.040405] SCAN done, resume MSDU transmission ... Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.047022] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:20 user kernel: [ 8763.047026] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 03a3:03a5 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.898130] bImprovedScan ............. Resume for bImprovedScan, SCAN_PENDING .............. Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.898143] SCANNING, suspend MSDU transmission ... Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.900245] MlmeScanReqAction -- Send PSM Data frame for off channel RM, SCAN_IN_PROGRESS=1! Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.921144] SYNC - BBP R4 to 20MHz.l Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.923339] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#8(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF4, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8763.996019] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.066221] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#9(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF5, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.210212] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#10(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF5, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.215536] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.215542] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 0457:0452 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.244000] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.244004] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 0459:0456 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.253019] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.253023] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 045c:0458 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.256677] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.256681] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 045c:045b Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.259785] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.259788] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 045d:045b Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.280467] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.280471] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 045f:045c Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.282189] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.282192] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 045f:045e Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.354204] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#11(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF6, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.356408] ScanNextChannel():Send PWA NullData frame to notify the associated AP! Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.498202] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#12(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF6, K=0x07, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:21 user kernel: [ 8764.642210] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#13(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=28, 2T), N=0xF7, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.790229] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#14(RF=8, Pwr0=30, Pwr1=28, 2T), N=0xF8, K=0x04, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.934238] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#11(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF6, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.935243] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.935249] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 048e:0485 Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.936423] SYNC - End of SCAN, restore to channel 11, Total BSS[05] Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.936436] ScanNextChannel -- Send PSM Data frame Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.936440] SCAN done, resume MSDU transmission ... Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.940529] RT35xx: SwitchChannel#11(RF=8, Pwr0=29, Pwr1=26, 2T), N=0xF6, K=0x02, R=0x02 Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.942178] CntlEnqueueForRecv(): BAR-Wcid(1), Tid (0) Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.942182] BAR(1) : Tid (0) - 0493:048e Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.942715] CNTL - All roaming failed, restore to channel 11, Total BSS[05] Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.948016] MMCHK - No BEACON. restore R66 to the low bound(56) Dec 10 17:02:22 user kernel: [ 8764.948307] ===>rt_ioctl_giwscan. 5(5) BSS returned, data->length = 1111 Dec 10 17:02:23 user kernel: [ 8766.048073] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:23 user kernel: [ 8766.552034] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:27 user kernel: [ 8770.001180] MediaState is connected Dec 10 17:02:27 user kernel: [ 8770.001197] ==>rt_ioctl_giwmode(mode=2) Dec 10 17:02:27 user kernel: [ 8770.001201] ==>rt_ioctl_giwfreq 11 Dec 10 17:02:27 user kernel: [ 8770.001219] rt28xx_get_wireless_stats ---> Dec 10 17:02:27 user kernel: [ 8770.001223] <--- rt28xx_get_wireless_stats Dec 10 17:02:28 user kernel: [ 8771.564020] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate Dec 10 17:02:29 user kernel: [ 8772.064031] QuickDRS: TxTotalCnt <= 15, train back to original rate

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  • Appearance, Online accounts disappeared in System Settings in Ubuntu 13.10

    - by ptanmay143
    I was installing apps and icons and I notices that there were about 4 games installed, so I went to software centre to remove them then I wanted to add my Facebook account in Online Accounts but Alas! It was disappeared. But it was there when I searched for Online Accounts in Unity Dash. Please help me. I think I might have uninstalled wrong packages. Can anyone tell me the packages that are associalted with them. I am attaching a screenshot of my settings and the Online Accounts appearance in Unity Dash.

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  • Why there are many guest accounts?

    - by Radu Radeanu
    After I saw this answer, I realized that there are many guest accounts on my system: grep guest /etc/passwd guest-jzXeRx:x:117:127:Guest,,,:/tmp/guest-jzXeRx:/bin/false guest-l5dAPU:x:118:128:Guest,,,:/tmp/guest-l5dAPU:/bin/false guest-FdSAkw:x:119:129:Guest,,,:/tmp/guest-FdSAkw:/bin/false guest-eBU0cU:x:121:131:Guest,,,:/tmp/guest-eBU0cU:/bin/false Moreover, in this moment there is nobody logged as guest, but if somebody will login as guest, a new guest account is created - why, since there are already other guest accounts? After the new guest will log out, his account will be deleted. But why the other guest accounts remain? For what use/purpose? It doesn't mind me at all this guest account, but I want to know if it is okay to delete them manually.

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  • Webcast: Optimize Accounts Payable Through Automated Invoice Processing

    - by kellsey.ruppel(at)oracle.com
    Is your accounts payable process still very labor-intensive? Then discover how Oracle can help you eliminate paper, automate data entry and reduce costs by up to 90% - while saving valuable time through fewer errors and faster lookups. Join us on Tuesday, March 22 at 10 a.m. PT for this informative Webcast where Jamie Rancourt and Brian Dirking will show how you can easily integrate capture, forms recognition and content management into your PeopleSoft and Oracle E-Business Suite accounts payable systems. You will also see how The Home Depot, Costco and American Express have achieved tremendous savings and productivity gains by switching to automated solutions. Learn how you can automate invoice scanning, indexing and data extraction to:Improve speed and reduce errors Eliminate time-consuming searches Utilize vendor discounts through faster processing Improve visibility and ensure compliance Save costs in accounts payable and other business processesRegister today!

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  • How to remove "online accounts" from "system settings"?

    - by A_txt
    I uninstalled "Unity" and use "Gnome Shell" instead, but the new "online accounts" was still in the "system settings" menu. How can I completely remove it? I tried the command below but it doesn't work: sudo apt-get -y remove unity-lens-shopping account-plugin-aim account-plugin-facebook account-plugin-flickr account-plugin-google account-plugin-icons account-plugin-identica account-plugin-jabber account-plugin-salut account-plugin-twitter account-plugin-windows-live account-plugin-yahoo gnome-online-accounts

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  • Online Accounts auth over and over again without success

    - by Mike Pretzlaw
    I just added my Google account to the "Online Accounts" in Gnome. Before my last restart the account couldn't be added for unknown reason. I authorized Gnome access to my Google Account, the window closed and nothing happened. Now I authorized Ubuntu access to my Google Account which worked well: But I can not open the Gnome Online Accounts even when I delete every online account: It's icon show up that it is loading in the dash but then suddenly disappears without any message. How to debug that? What can I do?

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  • Windows service fails to start with custom user until started once with local user

    - by Gauls
    All of a sudden my Windows service application after installation does not start. (Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do.) The service uses a custom user. If I change the logon setting to use the local system account, the service starts fine. Then when I go back and change the login setting to use this custom account (local user - custom user under user group), the service will start. Why doesn't it work in the first place?

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  • List of Hidden / Virtual Windows User Accounts

    - by Synetech inc.
    I’m trying to find a way to get a comprehensive list of user accounts on a Windows 7 system, including hidden ones. The User Accounts dialog (>control userpasswords2) only shows the normal user accounts, and even the Local User and Groups editor only shows normal user accounts and standard hidden/disabled ones like Administrator and Guest. The Select Users or Groups dialog has a Find Now button which which combines users and groups, but alas, it has the same contents as the LUG. I’m looking for a more comprehensive list that includes “super-hidden” / virtual user accounts like TrustedInstaller (or to be more accurate, NT Service\TrustedInstaller—notice the different “domain”). I checked HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\SpecialAccounts\UserList, but the SpecialAccounts key does not exist. I also checked HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList, and while it does have the SystemProfile, LocalService, and NetworkService accounts listed, it does not have others (like TrustedInstaller and its ilk). TrustedInstaller specifically is a little confusing because it is a user, a service, and an executable file. I am using it as an example because it is “super hidden” in that it does not seem to be listed in any sort of user list. (As an experiment, I tried searching the whole registry for “trustedinstaller” to see if I could find a place where it is listed as a user, but found none.) To be clear, what I am looking for is a list of all accounts that can be used in a user input-field such as in permissions dialogs or as a runas argument.

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  • polkit: disable all users except those in group wheel?

    - by John Nash
    Is it possible to do the following using 1 polkit .pkla file? Disable all users except those in the wheel group from using polkit. The users in the wheel group will need to provide the root password when using polkit. /etc/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/wheel-only.pkla [disable all users except the wheel group] Identity=unix-group:wheel Action=* ResultAny=??? ResultInactive=??? ResultActive=??? The following file works but you need to provide all the users in /etc/group: [disable all users except those in the wheel group: root and myuser] Identity=unix-user:daemon;unix-user:bin;unix-user:sys;unix-user:adm;unix-user:tty;unix-user:disk;unix-user:lp;unix-user:mail;unix-user:news;unix-user:uucp;unix-user:man;unix-user:proxy;unix-user:kmem;unix-user:dialout;unix-user:fax;unix-user:voice;unix-user:cdrom;unix-user:floppy;unix-user:tape;unix-user:sudo;unix-user:audio;unix-user:dip;unix-user:www-data;unix-user:backup;unix-user:operator;unix-user:list;unix-user:irc;unix-user:src;unix-user:gnats;unix-user:shadow;unix-user:utmp;unix-user:video;unix-user:sasl;unix-user:plugdev;unix-user:staff;unix-user:games;unix-user:users;unix-user:nogroup;unix-user:libuuid;unix-user:crontab;unix-user:messagebus;unix-user:Debian-exim;unix-user:mlocate;unix-user:avahi;unix-user:netdev;unix-user:bluetooth;unix-user:lpadmin;unix-user:ssl-cert;unix-user:fuse;unix-user:utempter;unix-user:Debian-gdm;unix-user:scanner;unix-user:saned;unix-user:i2c;unix-user:haldaemon;unix-user:powerdev Action=* ResultAny=no ResultInactive=no ResultActive=no

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  • Local service accounts

    - by Jeremy
    Normally we create service accounts in Active Directory, and if we install things like SQL Server, etc, we set the software services we set them to use those service accounts. The service accounts don't have the ability to be used to log into a workstation interactively. For Proof of concepts, we're installing SQL Server and other software on Virtual windows 7 workstations that aren't part of a domain, so we are creating local accounts that will be used by windows services. Is it possible to stop those users from appearing as options on the login screen?

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  • What does it mean when a User-Agent has another User-Agent inside it?

    - by Erx_VB.NExT.Coder
    Basically, sometimes the user-agent will have its normal user-agent displayed, then at the end it will have teh "User-Agent: " tag displayed, and right after it another user-agent is shown. Sometimes, the second user-agent is just appended to the first one without the "User-Agent: " tag. Here are some samples I've seen: The first few contain the "User-Agent: " tag in the middle somewhere, and I've changed its font to make it easier to to see. Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; GTB6; User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); SLCC1; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.04506) Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; MRA 5.10 (build 5339); User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727) Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729) Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; User-agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); .NET CLR 1.1.4322; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152) Here are some without the "User-Agent: " tag in the middle, but just two user agents that seem stiched together. Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 6.0; Trident/4.0; Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); .NET CLR 3.5.30729) Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; GTB6; IPMS/6568080A-04A5AD839A9; TCO_20090713170733; Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1); InfoPath.2) Now, just to add a few notes to this. I understand that the "User-Agent: " tag is normally a header, and what follows a typical "User-Agent: " string sequence is the actual user agent that is sent to servers etc, but normally the "User-Agent: " string should not be part of the actual user agent, that is more like the pre-fix or a tag indicating that what follows will be the actual user agent. Additionally, I may have thought, hey, these are just two user agents pasted together, but on closer inspection, you realize that they are not. On all of these dual user agent listings, if you look at the opening bracket "(" just before the "compatible" keyword, you realize the pair to that bracket ")" is actually at the very end, the end of the second user agent. So, the first user agents closing bracket ")" never occurs before the second user agent begins, it's always right at the end, and therefore, the second user agent is more like one of the features of the first user agent, like: "Trident/4.0" or "GTB6" etc etc... The other thing to note that the second user agent is always MSIE 6.0 (Internet Explorer 6.0), interesting. What I had initially thought was it's some sort of Virtual Machine displaying the browser in use & the browser that is installed, but then I thought, what'd be the point in that? Finally, right now, I am thinking, it's probably soem sort of "Compatibility View" type thing, where even if MSIE 7.0 or 8.0 is installed, when my hypothetical the "Display In Internet Explorer 6.0" mode is turned on, the user agent changes to something like this. That being, IE 8.0 is installed, but is rendering everything as IE 6.0 would. Is there or was there such a feature in Internet Explorer? Am I on to something here? What are your thoughts on this? If you have any other ideas, please feel free to let us know. At the moment, I'm just trying to understand if these are valid User Agents, or if they are invalid. In a list of about 44,000 User Agents, I've seen this type of Dual User Agent about 400 times. I've closely inspected 40 of them, and every single one had MSIE 6.0 as the "second" user agent (and the first user agent a higher version of MSIE, such as 7 or 8). This was true for all except one, where both user agents were MSIE 8.0, here it is: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Win32; GMX); GTB0.0) This occured once in my 40 "close" inspections. I've estimated the 400 in 44,000 by taking a sample of the first 4,400 user agents, and finding 40 of these in the MSIE/Windows user agents, and extrapolated that to estimate 40. There were also similar things occuring for non MSIE user agents where there were two Mozilla's in one user agent, the non MSIE ones would probably add another 30% on top of the ones I've noted. I can show you samples of them if anyone would like. There we have it, this is where I'm at, what do you guys think?

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  • User Story or User Stories for this specific requirement

    - by Maximus
    I have to write a user story for a requirement that involves passing search filters to the same URI and retrieving corresponding results. I have 5 filters. I plan to write 5 different stories of type: As a URI user I can search by #filter1 so that I can retrieve results based on #filter1. And then a 6th story that involves searching one or more or all six filters in conjunction. Is this is a sensible route to take?

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  • Gnome shell online accounts fails connection

    - by user74364
    i'm using ubuntu 12.04 (gnome shell) and i just setup the "online accounts" with my gmail. problem is, everytime i reboot my computer, it popups " connection to [email protected] has failed". A friend of mine talked to me in google chat and i got notified, so i guess the only part "broken" is the email. Anything i can do to fix it? would be very nice to receive mail notification there. thanks :)

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  • Google Accounts

    - by Alex
    Hi all, I need to setup a bunch of accounts (~50) with Google which will later be hooked up to Analytics and the Webmaster tools and I will access them via their APIs. The problem is that Google will stop me from making accounts at a certain point because it thinks I'm spamming it. I've tried bypassing the issue by proxying through Tor, but that didn't work (I suspect the Tor nodes are already abused and blacklisted). I also drove around town with my iPhone hopping towers trying to setup accounts. Also didn't work. Phone verification also doesn't work because my phone is already linked to too many accounts... So, I figure it's time to ask. How can I continue to setup Google accounts (NOT GMail...) without being considered a spammer? If there's a service from Google to whitelist my IP, even for a fee, I would be glad to sign up for it. Any suggestions will be appreciated!

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  • Ubuntu, User Accounts messed up

    - by Vor
    I need to fix Ubuntu Accounts some how but don't really see how it could be done. The problem is: files /etc/passwd and /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts where changed. /etc/passwd After John:x:1000:1000:John,,,:/home/serg:/bin/bash Befoure serg:x:1000:1000:John,,,:/home/serg:/bin/bash /etc/hosts After 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 John-The-Rippe Befoure 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 serg-Protege /etc/hostname After John-The-Ripper Befoure serg-PORTEGE-Z835 I was trying to simply changed this files but can not do this because permission denied. When I'm trying to login as a root I got this message: [email protected]:~$ sudo -s [sudo] password for John: John is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported The file sudoers is empty: [email protected]:~$ vi /etc/sudoers When I type users in cp: [email protected]:~$ users John John When I type id, I got this: [email protected]:~$ id uid=1000(John) gid=1000(serg) groups=1000(serg) This doesn't work eather: [email protected]:~$ usermod -l John serg usermod: user 'serg' does not exist [email protected]:~$ adduser serg adduser: Only root may add a user or group to the system. ater. Then I tried to go to the GRUB menu and from there log in as a root. I did this, but however When I tryed to create user serg, It gave me an error that group already exist. When I tried to change /etc/passwd it said 'permission denied' And this doens't do the trick: [email protected]:~$ visudo visudo: /etc/sudoers: Permission denied visudo: /etc/sudoers: Permission denied Also The last thing I tried to do is to create a bootable USB and reinstall ubuntu, however I can not open USB-Creator because it asked me a root passwd. But it doesn't work. HELP ME PLEASE =)))

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