vanDoom wrote:Removing the password required for logon does not erase your password from the system. It is still required to do other system related changes. So whatever your password was originally...that is still the password. Use that when trying to use 'sudo'.
Shane269 wrote:I changed the setting in user accounts to have no password and auto logon. Now when I go to terminal and type sudo then a command it asks for a password if I leave it blank and press enter is say invalid password. if I type the previous password it still says invalid. I seem to be stuck in a loop and I am not sure how to get out of it so I can have SU access. Any help? I can still log on to the system fine the issue only shows up in terminal and if I try to change the password in User accounts it asks me for a password that I don't have. Is there a default embedded password that it is expecting in this case?
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