AUTHENTICATION FAILED when starting service using systemctl

I am using GCP instance with Ubuntu 19.04 Minimal on board. I want to run my Node.JS app as a service, I found out that I need to use systemctl.

I created the following .conf file:

[Unit] Description=Node.js Web Parser  [Service] ExecStart=/home/user/img/server.js Restart=always User=nogroup Group=nogroup Environment=PATH=/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin Environment=NODE_ENV=production WorkingDirectory=/home/user/img  [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target 

Then

sudo cp -i imgparser.service /etc/systemd/system 

And when I try to start it systemctl start imgparser, I get the following error:

==== AUTHENTICATING FOR org.freedesktop.systemd1.manage-units === Authentication is required to start 'img.service'. Authenticating as: Ubuntu (ubuntu) Password:  polkit-agent-helper-1: pam_authenticate failed: Authentication failure ==== AUTHENTICATION FAILED === Failed to start imgparser.service: Access denied See system logs and 'systemctl status imgparser.service' for details. 

I don’t really know the correct password on this system, though if I correctly set a new password it doesn’t seem to work anyway. Anything I do wrong?

Starting to create websites in HTML/CSS from scratch – basic instructions

Dear all,

I have created some pages already in WordPress e.g. https://eurogetwork.com/tworzenie-stron-internetowych-po-niemiecku/

Now I would like to resign from WordPress and start coding the pages from Scratch, because I want to have full control of what I am designing. If you have some basic and core instructions, which will help me to start with, please share.

Many thanks in advance.

best regards,
Oskar

Ubuntu 16.04 stuck after decrypting drive–probably X not starting because of NVIDIA drivers and dist-upgrade (systemd-logind: failed to get session)

For a while now, I’ve had NVIDIA 418.56, CUDA 10.1, and a 4.4.0-148-generic kernel.

I might have caused issues when I ran dist-upgrade or similar recently; after decrypting the drive, it gets stuck there. This is not an issue with the decryption, as I’ve also tried recovery mode and logging into the root shell, and I could work with the shell right after it asks for the decryption credentials.

Running startx from another tty did not work, so I thought that I needed to reinstall the driver. I upgraded it to 418.67 and rebooted (confirmed by nvidia-smi), but the GUI still would not boot.

The Xorg logs are shown here. An error is seen:

(EE) systemd-logind: failed to get session: PID 1214 does not belong to any known session 

Where do I go from here? I’ve searched about the topic, and the posts were mostly from a few years back, involving Arch Linux and Bumblebee.

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The guys over at Superb VPS have recently contacted us with their first ever offer to share with the LowEndBox community! They are offering KVM VPS plans located in Los Angeles, CA. All plans include Windows OS at no additional charge, or a variety of Linux OS options. For those seeking a custom OS install, We’ve been told that they will also mount .iso’s for customers upon request.

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Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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constantly – Starting Session 58576 of user root?

I see that my syslog is polluted by this type of message constantly. how is it done? Thank you

May 23 21:12:26 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Starting Session 58576 of user root. May 23 21:12:26 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Started Session 58576 of user root. May 23 21:12:26 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Starting Session 58577 of user root. May 23 21:12:26 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Started Session 58577 of user root. May 23 21:12:27 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Starting Session 58578 of user root. May 23 21:12:27 HOSTNAME systemd[1]: Started Session 58578 of user root.

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Michael from SupremeVPS is back with an exclusive offer on VPS resource pools in Chicago. A SSD VPS resource pool allows you to create multiple VPS servers within your resource pool limitations based on your plan. You can create one large VPS, or multiple VPS’s utilizing the resources available in your pool.

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Campaign is not starting, Getting Errors In Logs.

Here is the first screenshot –> http://prnt.sc/nn4olz
2nd –> http://prnt.sc/nn4on5
3rd –> http://prnt.sc/nn4opy

Looks like some issue which i am not understanding. Can you please tell me what can be the issue about why am i seeing that manny errors? If you check/read the logs, you will see that nothing is going sucessful, everything is getting failed. I need to know what am i doing wrong?

[NEW LOCATIONS] LQHosting – KVM & OpenVZ VPS Offers Starting From $18/yr in Los Angeles and Dallas!

Thomas, from LQHosting, has recently expand to new datacenter locations and is here to share some OpenVZ & KVM VPS deals with the community! Everything here is SSD powered. For those who desire minimal overhead, the OpenVZ VPS plans are perfect. Those looking to run Docker or desire more control over their server environment can consider the KVM VPS offers. As always we hope you enjoy their promotions and if you have any comments/feedback, please be sure to share them in the comments section down below.

The following offers do not require any promotion code, as we’ve been told that they are custom order links created exclusively for LowEndBox. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards, Alipay, Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum. You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here.

Here’s what they had to say:

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Here’s the offers:

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Test file: http://192.3.237.150/100MB.test

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Test file: http://107.175.180.6/100MB.test


OpenVZ VPS Nodes:
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– Hardware RAID-10
– Dual 1Gbps Network Uplinks

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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