*In memory of my dearest father
I’ve been fighting Covid Virus and treatment for a while, and then, as if that wasn’t enough, I’ve lost my father because of Cancer last-week…
I think the best way to get out of these difficult days psychologically is to write something. I decided to do this as I always do.
Broken souls needs time to heal. It will get better over-time.
Life goes on, be Strong…
I’ve been seeing this problem for a while that everybody has experienced same problem. Yes, there are many solutions were obtained on it but it was not very clear for sure !
After that I said to myself 🙄 how can you do this in the Fastest and Easiest way ? 😉
First, you must restart your Ubuntu Linux Desktop or Ubuntu Linux Server.
You must access the GRUB Menu before the kernel can fully return to Boot.
Note: For this, if you are using a “Server” or “Notebook” such as Lenovo, IBM, Dell or Cisco, just hold the button “ESC” or “F1” into drop-down GRUB Interface.
Select “Advanced options for Ubuntu” in the picture below.
Select the example entry as the follows below and press “Enter” for the next part.
Ubuntu, with Linux 5.4.0–26-generic (Recovery Mode)
You will now have access to Recovery Mode, which is prepared for Ubuntu Linux.
Scroll-down and select “Root” for the shell prompt as the follows picture.
Note: Dont forget that this section has pre-configured “Read-Only” by default. That’s whyStep 6 you must have “Write/Read” permission in Linux in Recovery Mode.
Ubuntu will ask you for confirmation to enter Maintenance Mode as the follow picture
Run the following commands step-by-step after you drop into Maintenance Mode with Linux Shell Prompt.
root@kceliker-redhat:/keremceliker# mount -rw -o remount /
root@kceliker-redhat:/keremceliker# ls /home
**Check which user to be reset as following above command.
Run the following commands with the user you have decided
root@kceliker-redhat:/keremceliker# passwd Lebron
Finally, you will see that the password updated successfully in shell.
You have now reset the password and now return to recovery tab to complete the process.
(You will see turn back to Recovery Tab Interface again)
Select the “Resume” and press “Enter”
(Ubuntu Linux will be reboot again)
Voila ! Now you can login with your new password ! :)
Kerem Celiker - GitHub
Still Works Even Asleep :) vExpertPRO, IBM Champion, CKA, Veeam Vanguard, HashiCorpAmbassador