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    su root not working

    got it had to do the passwd command and set a password for root.
    Accepted Answer: got it had to do the passwd command and set a password for root.
    By userdo
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    su root not working

    Hi I tried to create a droplet, I went with the default settings, I picked an SSH key. I then logged into it fine with the SSH key I picked. I then created a new user. ``` $adduser bob<ENTER> $su bob<ENTER> ``` That w...
    Accepted Answer: got it had to do the passwd command and set a password for root.
    2 By userdo Ubuntu DigitalOcean Droplets
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    How can I view which of my SSH keys a droplet can use?

    I think the most you can do from the digitalocean site is view SSH keys added to your digitalocean account, https://cloud.digitaloc…
    By userdo
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    Is the advice to use snapshots to save money so as not to run too many droplets, not actually possible?

    Is the advice to use snapshots to save money so as not to run too many droplets, not actually possible? For example, I tried creating a droplet, then I made a snapshot, then I destroyed the droplet. then I tried to re...
    2 By userdo DigitalOcean Droplets
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    Can I make a droplet with less than 25GB space?

    I've used the Basic droplet feature.. Can I make a "droplet"(VPS) with less than 25GB space? That way if I make a snapshot and destroy the droplet, then the snapshot(which I understand is charged per GB storage), wil...
    2 By userdo DigitalOcean Droplets
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    How can I view which of my SSH keys a droplet can use?

    I created a droplet/VPS. How can I view which of my SSH keys a VPS can use? I added some SSH keys to my digitalocean account. I created a droplet, I don't recall which SSH keys I clicked the checkboxes for, for it to ...
    2 By userdo DigitalOcean Droplets