Hi from the new guy.
First, on both machines:
sshd started and enabled
Firewall (ufw/gufw) open for port 22 everywhere on all connections
System locale sv_SE.utf8
So. Having a really weird problem when trying to log in to Antergos from my main computer (Linux Mint KDE) to my two old lappers runing Antergos32/xfce:
On one machine (Acer) I can only log in on one of the connections, namely the hardwire (eth1, there’s no eth0). On the wifi connection (wlp2s4) I just get “Permission denied, please try again”.
On the other machine (HP/Compaq) I can’t log in period. Not on eth0, not on wlan. “Permission denied” etc.
I have no problem logging in to the machines locally in xfce, but when I try the main terminals (ctrl+alt+F1->etc) not only can’t I log in, but the locale is not sv_SE.utf8 but some, I’m guessing (since I can’t log in), US-variant.
However sudo in terminal on xfce gives me no problem.
locale -a in terminal under xfce gives me (on both machines):
/etc/locale.gen shows me sv_SE.utf8 uncommented (both machines)
locale-gen hasn’t helped any. At all.
I’m guessing the problem (i.e. locale) with the direct terminal access is the issue, and I can only guess it’s garbling upp my password or some other nuisance. I’ve tried simple passwords w/o any special characters, but it still doesn’t let me in. (Both connections on the HP, wifi connection on the Acer.)
I’ve searched extensively, alas to no avail. I’m lost… so this is where I stop banging my head and ask my local, friendly Antergos community for some assistance.