Actually this happens when I'm logged in a Freenx session.When I'm on the real console, I actually AM required to authenticate as my administrative user OR as "admin"... [by capone]
on 08/13/2012 – Made popular on 08/13/2012
Had an issue come up yesterday that caused my machine to reboot (power outage).
I normally stay logged into my main account (non-root) and lock the console, and never have any issues. But after the machine powered back on automatically, I kept getting a 10061 "connection refused" error from VNC when I tried to connect.
The difference between "active" and "online" is explained in the documentation:The following states are currently known: offline (user not logged in at all), lingering (user not logged in, but some user services running), online (user logged in, but not active, i.e. has no session in the foreground), active (user logged in, and has at least one active session, i.e.
Hi, While installing Fedora 20, we have the possibility to create root passwors as well as creating other users.
When a creating a new user, we have a checkbox to indicate "Account has administrative priviliges"
I Gnime desktop, I have a "Users ..." applet where I used to create a another user but I don't see the possibility of having this admin checkbox, so how I can do the
^ There should be a dbus session for each user that is logged into your computer along with the one for root.The users session-bus is started at login, I belive by your login manager.If you already have another notification daemon running and it works you have a session bus for that user since all notifications are sent over dbus.You can check if you have a session-bus after you are logged in by c
I installed Directory Service 9 on RHEL 6 using the setup-ds-admin.pl. I was logging into the admin console as Directory Manager, however, I could not bring up some windows (i.e. encryption tab). I would get an authentication error. I believe it was trying to re-log into the console as admin.