1. Hello Everyone

    How to Install Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Desktop on Virtual Box 32B-Bit

    Note :- Its Support Less than 2GB RAM.... that's mean in your laptop or desktop or server should have Less 2GB RAM to Install Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop in System or Laptop.

    Version :- 14.04 Ubuntu Desktop Less than 2GB RAM. :- ISO Image Required.

    Step1:- First Download Virtual box setup below is this link to download
    https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downl...

    select -- VirtualBox 4.3.12 for Windows hosts 32 bit.

    Step2:- See My Video How to Install virtual box... By Below link
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__l_lh...

    Step3:- Download ISO Image Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS... By Below link
    http://www.ubuntu.com/download/
    size - 981MB.

    For remaining installation please Keep watching my video

    PLEASE REMEMBER USERNAME & PASSWORD During Insallation of Ubuntu Desktop 14.04 LTS

    if you Forget username or password or then you can reset by watching below video.....

    How to Reset Root Password --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33zxg...

    Thanking You
    Hope U Like it....

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  2. Hello Everyone,

    How to Reset New Root & UserName Passwd or Fix Broken Sudo.......

    Errors that you are getting..........

    Error 1:- you may notice an error saying you're not in the sudoers file and the incident is going to be reported.

    Error 2:- sorry user usuario is not allowed to execute '/usr/bin/passwd root' as root on.

    Error 3:- Give root password for maintenance (or type Control-D to continue)
    SOLVING ERROR 3 BY BELOW STEP FOLLOW
    Step1 :- fsck (First You need to Check file checking error, if doesn't solve follow below step)
    Step2 :- mount -t proc proc /proc

    Step3 :- mount -o remount, rw / or mount -ro remount,rw /
    Step4 :- passwd vi /etc/default/locale
    Step5 :- sync reboot
    Step6 :- reboot

    or option(above doesn't solve follow below step)

    Step7 :- mount | grep ' on / '
    That command produces something like /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) as the output
    Step8 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Replace /dev/sda1 with the device name of the partition containing your Ubuntu system's root filesystem, if different.
    Step9 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Step10 :- passwd root
    Step11 :- exit
    Step12 :- sudo umount /mnt
    Step13 :- exit
    Step14 :- reboot

    Cause and symptoms :-

    the /etc/sudoers file has been altered to no longer allow users in the admin group to escalate privilege

    the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file are changed to something other than 0440
    a user who should not have been has been taken out of the admin group.

    By above error and cause can be done by following steps.....

    To Reset Root Passwd

    step1 :- Restart your server or desktop

    step2 :- press continue shift untill boot menu show

    step3 :- select ubuntu generic second option press Enter

    step4 :- then select root shell press Enter

    step5 :- type mount -o rw,remount /

    step6 :- sudo passwd root or passwd assign passwd and then repeat again the same passwd

    Note :- inplace of root you can set your username or hostname any name that You assign during Installation OR Login.

    You can also Create NEW USER
    step7 :- sudo adduser username (Replace USERNAME with your username)
    Step8 :- sudo passwd username

    If you don't know your username, you can get a list of users on the system by running:
    Step9 :- ls /home

    Thanking You
    Hope U Like it....

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  3. Hello Everyone,

    How to Reset New Root & UserName Passwd or Fix Broken Sudo.......

    Errors that you are getting..........

    Error 1:- you may notice an error saying you're not in the sudoers file and the incident is going to be reported.

    Error 2:- sorry user usuario is not allowed to execute '/usr/bin/passwd root' as root on.

    Error 3:- Give root password for maintenance (or type Control-D to continue)
    SOLVING ERROR 3 BY BELOW STEP FOLLOW
    Step1 :- fsck (First You need to Check file checking error, if doesn't solve follow below step)
    Step2 :- mount -t proc proc /proc

    Step3 :- mount -o remount, rw / or mount -ro remount,rw /
    Step4 :- passwd vi /etc/default/locale
    Step5 :- sync reboot
    Step6 :- reboot

    or option(above doesn't solve follow below step)

    Step7 :- mount | grep ' on / '
    That command produces something like /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) as the output
    Step8 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Replace /dev/sda1 with the device name of the partition containing your Ubuntu system's root filesystem, if different.
    Step9 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Step10 :- passwd root
    Step11 :- exit
    Step12 :- sudo umount /mnt
    Step13 :- exit
    Step14 :- reboot

    Cause and symptoms :-

    the /etc/sudoers file has been altered to no longer allow users in the admin group to escalate privilege

    the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file are changed to something other than 0440
    a user who should not have been has been taken out of the admin group.

    By above error and cause can be done by following steps.....

    To Reset Root Passwd

    step1 :- Restart your server or desktop

    step2 :- press continue shift untill boot menu show

    step3 :- select ubuntu generic second option press Enter

    step4 :- then select root shell press Enter

    step5 :- type mount -o rw,remount /

    step6 :- sudo passwd root or passwd assign passwd and then repeat again the same passwd

    Note :- inplace of root you can set your username or hostname any name that You assign during Installation OR Login.

    You can also Create NEW USER
    step7 :- sudo adduser username (Replace USERNAME with your username)
    Step8 :- sudo passwd username

    If you don't know your username, you can get a list of users on the system by running:
    Step9 :- ls /home

    Thanking You
    Hope U Like it....

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  4. Hello Everyone,

    How to Reset New Root & UserName Passwd or Fix Broken Sudo.......

    Errors that you are getting..........

    Error 1:- you may notice an error saying you're not in the sudoers file and the incident is going to be reported.

    Error 2:- sorry user usuario is not allowed to execute '/usr/bin/passwd root' as root on.

    Error 3:- Give root password for maintenance (or type Control-D to continue)
    SOLVING ERROR 3 BY BELOW STEP FOLLOW
    Step1 :- fsck (First You need to Check file checking error, if doesn't solve follow below step)
    Step2 :- mount -t proc proc /proc

    Step3 :- mount -o remount, rw / or mount -ro remount,rw /
    Step4 :- passwd vi /etc/default/locale
    Step5 :- sync reboot
    Step6 :- reboot

    or option(above doesn't solve follow below step)

    Step7 :- mount | grep ' on / '
    That command produces something like /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) as the output
    Step8 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Replace /dev/sda1 with the device name of the partition containing your Ubuntu system's root filesystem, if different.
    Step9 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Step10 :- passwd root
    Step11 :- exit
    Step12 :- sudo umount /mnt
    Step13 :- exit
    Step14 :- reboot

    Cause and symptoms :-

    the /etc/sudoers file has been altered to no longer allow users in the admin group to escalate privilege

    the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file are changed to something other than 0440
    a user who should not have been has been taken out of the admin group.

    By above error and cause can be done by following steps.....

    To Reset Root Passwd

    step1 :- Restart your server or desktop

    step2 :- press continue shift untill boot menu show

    step3 :- select ubuntu generic second option press Enter

    step4 :- then select root shell press Enter

    step5 :- type mount -o rw,remount /

    step6 :- sudo passwd root or passwd assign passwd and then repeat again the same passwd

    Note :- inplace of root you can set your username or hostname any name that You assign during Installation OR Login.

    You can also Create NEW USER
    step7 :- sudo adduser username (Replace USERNAME with your username)
    Step8 :- sudo passwd username

    If you don't know your username, you can get a list of users on the system by running:
    Step9 :- ls /home

    Thanking You
    Hope U Like it....

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  5. Hello Everyone,

    How to Reset New Root & UserName Passwd or Fix Broken Sudo.......

    Errors that you are getting..........

    Error 1:- you may notice an error saying you're not in the sudoers file and the incident is going to be reported.

    Error 2:- sorry user usuario is not allowed to execute '/usr/bin/passwd root' as root on.

    Error 3:- Give root password for maintenance (or type Control-D to continue)
    SOLVING ERROR 3 BY BELOW STEP FOLLOW
    Step1 :- fsck (First You need to Check file checking error, if doesn't solve follow below step)
    Step2 :- mount -t proc proc /proc

    Step3 :- mount -o remount, rw / or mount -ro remount,rw /
    Step4 :- passwd vi /etc/default/locale
    Step5 :- sync reboot
    Step6 :- reboot

    or option(above doesn't solve follow below step)

    Step7 :- mount | grep ' on / '
    That command produces something like /dev/sda1 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) as the output
    Step8 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Replace /dev/sda1 with the device name of the partition containing your Ubuntu system's root filesystem, if different.
    Step9 :- sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
    Step10 :- passwd root
    Step11 :- exit
    Step12 :- sudo umount /mnt
    Step13 :- exit
    Step14 :- reboot

    Cause and symptoms :-

    the /etc/sudoers file has been altered to no longer allow users in the admin group to escalate privilege

    the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file are changed to something other than 0440
    a user who should not have been has been taken out of the admin group.

    By above error and cause can be done by following steps.....

    To Reset Root Passwd

    step1 :- Restart your server or desktop

    step2 :- press continue shift untill boot menu show

    step3 :- select ubuntu generic second option press Enter

    step4 :- then select root shell press Enter

    step5 :- type mount -o rw,remount /

    step6 :- sudo passwd root or passwd assign passwd and then repeat again the same passwd

    Note :- inplace of root you can set your username or hostname any name that You assign during Installation OR Login.

    You can also Create NEW USER
    step7 :- sudo adduser username (Replace USERNAME with your username)
    Step8 :- sudo passwd username

    If you don't know your username, you can get a list of users on the system by running:
    Step9 :- ls /home

    Thanking You
    Hope U Like it....

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