Sometimes some people forget their root password on their Linux machine. And not recommended to install back the Linux since so many configuration have done during that period time. Now, we can retrieve the password as long as we have physical access to the Linux machine. There are 2 ways to solve this problem. 1st way Reboot your Linux machine Get into “grub” menu then press “e” Go to your default kernel then press “e” again Then go to grub prompt grub> default_kernel single < – type “single” at the end of your kernel. We are entering single mode. Then [...]
Ubuntu is one of the few Linux distributions out there that will not enable the root account. If you want to do something with root permission on the console you have to type sudo before the command. sudo” means superuser do. “sudo” will prompt for “Password:”. Please specify user password As you have noticed during the Ubuntu installation there was no question about the root password, as you might have been used to see during other Linux distribution installation process. Because of this your root account is inactive.
Although it is recommended to change your personal information for each site that requires a username and password, which is almost impossible. We have created our web browser such as Firefox 3, to remember our login information, but it is useless if we go to another computer. You may not want your team to store your personally identifiable information or through the social networking sites. For this reason, we need an alternative. The ideal program would be able to securely store passwords locally and then synchronize data across other computers, so you do not have to remember passwords for each [...]