User Managment Bug!
sebas at kde.org
Thu Jun 14 13:23:29 BST 2007
On Thursday 14 June 2007 13:28:47 Mani Dhillon wrote:
> I don't that is this a known bug or not. Today I installed kubuntu 7.04 on
> my new machine. After installation I went to User Management and entered
> the Administrator mode, then I deleted the user Account which I created
> while installation.
> I also deleted the user group that was associated with that account. Then I
> created a new account in the the user group "root". After this I rebooted
> When the Login screen came I entered my new username and password and hit
> enter. A message pop up and said me to change my password. It said some
> thing like Root Forced change password. I changed my password and logined.
> Then I opened Konsole and tried to execute this command #sudo apt-get
> When prompted to enter password I entered the password but it said wrong
> password. I did it two or three times and it said so although my password
> was right.
> Then I exited Konsole and opened it again I again entered the same command
> But from then it tart saying that "xxxxx not found in sudoer directory"
> where xxxxx is my user name. I'm now unable to login as administrator in
> any application like Konsole, Adept etc
You need to be in the 'admin' group in order to use sudo.
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