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    esudo password?

    Yes, it does(/did) have some special characters. I've changed it to something without special characters and it's working now. Thanks!
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    esudo password?

    Hello! I just installed bodhi linux on my acer one aspire. I was previously running linux mint and am used to ubuntu/debian based linux. When I tried to use esudo/eepDater after install, my user password was denied. I can update from terminology in the traditional way (sudo apt-get update etc.) with my password but esudo will not accept it. Am I missing something here? Do I need to adjust some settings somewhere or is this a matter of reinstalling esudo? Also, if I'm used to the terminal, is it better to just stick with manual updates/installs/etc. anyway? Thanks so much!