Recently i installed ubuntu 12.10 on my system and by mistake put up an encryption password, the password that is required to load ubuntu. Although i know that password, but i need to remove that. Please help me
on 11/06/2012 – Made popular on 11/06/2012
My wife set password to her tablet and asks me to remove it. I opened settings -> security -> device encryption entering password but option none (i.e. no password) is disabled (with message turned off by administrator, policy...). As I understand if I am able to set password to none then password should disappears.
So I have this toshiba notebook and the specification only states the capacity of the SSD and says nothing about the type.
I do not particularly understand the difference between a user and a master password to HDD. I am concerned, if I set a master password via BIOS settings, will I be able to change it or remove it, if I know it?
When I log in my computer the same password is accepted but if I want to remove my password from dell user account then it does not accept the same password. It shows wrong password but I login my laptop with the same password.
I am using Ubuntu 14.04. I tried to remove the password of a pdf file by using the option "forget password immediately". Then I typed the password and opened the pdf file. After I closed the file and tried to open it it again asked for password. Previously in Ubuntu 10.04 I could remove the password using this method. Please help.