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Thread: Invalid Password Entry CTRL-ALT-T

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    Invalid Password Entry CTRL-ALT-T

    Command prompt for User: Password and keyboard doesn't work to input password after a SUDO entry has been made and requires user password for verification.

    Any Help greatly appreciated

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    Re: Invalid Password Entry CTRL-ALT-T

    Not sure what you mean here. When sudo asks for a password, there is no visual feedback, for security reasons.
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    Re: Invalid Password Entry CTRL-ALT-T

    Msamuels is correct. After you enter your password, hit enter and you will be logged in as SUDO.
    Rex
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