Looks pretty straight forward and unmistakable for me. No upper cases, no symbols, no numbers in both username and the password.
Oh well, I guess I’ll start configuring startx then. It is not easy for me since I am a complete stranger in the Linux world, used Arch a few years ago, but that was just too comlicated for me.
I do have a keyboard with Latin as well as Cyrillic letters on it. That can’t be the problem though, as I set the password to only two numbers. Still, the graphical interface says it is invalid, fails to authenticate, while the password works in terminal.
Antergos has no configuration for
So, the bottom line here is: there is no easy workaround to log in and reach my desktop enviroment?
How could something like this even happen when I am absolutely confident about my password? An update?
I’ll consider configuring startx because it’s either that, or a fresh install
As the title says. I can’t log in from the graphical interface even after going to ctrl+alt+f2 and using the “passwd” command as root to change my user accounts password. Happened after a reboot. The password is correct and the account details work dandy from the terminal, though. It’s just that I can’t start the desktop enviroment, Gnome, from there either. “startx” fails.
Pretty depressing. Any help is appreciated.
I installed the system with the default US layout. Now I would like to add Estonian keyboard.
What I did:
“sudo nano /etc/locale.gen”
Uncommented “et_EE.UTF-8 UTF-8”
Saved the changes and closed nano
Then I ran “locale-gen” and I get this:
et_EE.UTF-8…[error] LC_COLLATE: missing `reorder-end’ keyword
All other inputs generate but Estonian…