Unfortunately, I removed my user account from administrators group and my default administrator account was disabled by default. So now i am unable to perform any administrative task.
Is there any way to add my user account in administrator group OR Enable default administrator account in windows 7?
Hi, I'm giving Gnome a try and after installing it and changing my keyboard layout I went to change my regional settings. In the "Region and Language" part of the system settings, under "Format" there's only one region to select, United States.
I noticed a strange cPanel behavior, that I suppose to be a bug. Recently I transferred a cPanel account from a server to another using WHM copy account feature. On the old server the account was set to italian language with rvskin (rvskin provides an italian localization, while the original default cPanel x3 don't).
Under the Quick Settings pull down menu, the first button is the User Account. It shows the user's name and profile picture(if there is one). I've associated a picture with the user profile; but a while later, even after I removed/deleted the picture, the picture still shows up under the Quick Settings pull-down.
I'm trying to change the language for a standard user account.
With the administrator account, I installed a new language by going to system settings > language support > install / remove languages. Then I logged in to the standard account, and moved the new language to the top by dragging it with the mouse. And then I reseted the machine and logged back in. But nothing changed.
Title says it all; OS is standard Ubuntu 12.04LTS. I had a close call today where I removed all groups from my administrative user account while using usermod; I managed to revert the changes back but it was close to a disaster.