Hello, I was having this issue with my sudo password not working even though it absolutely was teh correct one (I tested it in plain text). After a few reboots it finally worked again. However, the next day I had the same issue, and I went online.
- I saw a really old post, about a different linux system, where someone suggested it could be linked with my systemd-homed. So I used the “systemctl status systemd-homed” command, and it outputed “Active: inactive (dead)”.
- So I ran it manually with systemctl enable systemd-homed, and the status changed to this:
“● systemd-homed.service - Home Area Manager
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/systemd-homed.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (running) since Thu 2021-11-25 08:52:04 -03; 1min 47s ago
Main PID: 418 (systemd-homed)
Status: “Processing requests…”
Tasks: 1 (limit: 9209)
- Sudo worked, even though I was made aware after that EOS doesn’t use systemd-homed.
Edit1: I’m using i3, and I sent my journalctl logs.
Edit2: psudo pwd is the same as my user pwd.