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  1. Incorrect Credentials for EC2 Recovery Server

    of the default user. Perform the following command: sudo passwd -d <default_username> After the password is deleted, log in to the EC2 Linux recovery server … : PasswordAuthentication yes Restart the sshd service: /etc/init.d/sshd restart Enter the command below and follow the command instructions: sudo passwd <default_username> Create
    Knowledge BaseJun 04, 2021
  2. Increasing the Repository Limit on the EXT4 Filesystem

    as follows: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install git sudo apt-get install make sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get build-dep e2fsprogs cd $(mktemp -d … , since you have built the wrong version of the e2fsprogs package. Unmount the repository filesystem as follows: sudo umount /dev/mapper
    Knowledge BaseMay 25, 2020
  3. Application-Aware Mode for Linux VMs

    -freeze-script and post-thaw-script scripts require root permissions to be executed. When a non-root user is used, script invocation is done via sudo, therefore … =(ALL:ALL) ALL Members of the admin group may gain root privileges %admin ALL=(ALL) ALL Allow members of group sudo to execute any command %sudo ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL See
    Knowledge BaseMay 15, 2020
  4. Integrating with Azure Cloud

    for your data disk with the parted utility: parted /dev/sdc parted) mklabel gpt parted) unit % parted) mkpart primary 0 100 Create a file system for the array: sudo mkfs -t ext4 /dev/sdc1 Inform the operating system on the partition changes: sudo partprobe /dev/sdc1 Create a mount point for your new disk: sudo mkdir /mnt
    Knowledge BaseJun 01, 2021
  5. Add-On Package Cannot Be Installed on Synology NAS

    fails, install the add-on manually: Connect to the NAS via ssh using admin account Get root privileges: sudo -i Enter your admin password when prompted Download
    Knowledge BaseApr 06, 2021
  6. Updating on Generic ARM-based Device

    on a VM, create a snapshot of the VM prior to updating the product. Execute the updater file with root privileges. For example: sudo ./NAKIVO_Backup_
    User GuideDec 13, 2019
  7. Updating on Linux

    of the VM prior to updating the product. Run the updater file with root privileges. For example: sudo ./NAKIVO_Backup_&_Replication_vX.X.X_Updater.sh Review
    User GuideDec 12, 2019
  8. Installing on Generic ARM-based Device

    Execute the installer file with root privileges. Example sudo ./NAKIVO Backup_&_Replication v8.5.0.30224 Installer-NAS-ARM-TRIAL.sh Accept the License Agreement
    User GuideDec 17, 2019
  9. Installing on Linux

    &_Replication_TRIAL.sh Execute the installer file with root privileges. For example: sudo ./NAKIVO_Backup_&_Replication_TRIAL.sh Review the license agreement (press Space to go … of the installer file. For example: chmod +x NAKIVO_Backup_&_Replication_TRIAL.sh Execute the installer file with root privileges. For example: sudo
    User GuideMar 30, 2021
  10. Supported Platforms

    to "Yes". If you add a physical machine to the NAKIVO Backup & Replication inventory with a non-root account, the following is required: sudo must be installed
    User GuideApr 07, 2021