This is frustrating when I added a new user, then su newuser, couldn't go back to root by all means. It says not in sudoers afterwards. I've no root password, neither able to login from putty, it said login as ubuntu which re...
jected key, but i can login as newuser into newuser account. I sent 3 emails to support, no response. Hope I can do something here since my website is down for days. Their instances are retarded, support are horrible for simple problems such as refusing public key when login as ubuntu while I was still able to use root, their chat support won't do anything to help!
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Yes, how to add .ssh to login folder?
it has keys
I am pulling up the case right now.
I am still reviewing the account this should take a few minutes.
Are you a attempting to add a new user? Or just logging in?
what's the difference?
could I add a user on the fly to login?
By default, it's ubuntu
I'm looking for Docs that could help you. Since it looks your inquiry it is a bit outside our scope. Here in the Billing and Accounts department We don’t handle technical questions.
I am able to add user, but not connecting from filezillar/ssh
There're login keys
I was able to found this Guide/Docs that It may help you
https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/k...(See full link)
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/late...(See full link)
It's not connecting
There should be a way to restore login
it's gone for good
We've website on the server
hw to restore it?!
is there a backup?
why there's only one way/one shell to login?
I've the key pair
it should have the private key
I'm still trying to get more information from Docs, forum since this is out of our scope.
Or someone can help restore it
Open the Elastic Beanstalk console , and in the Regions list, select your AWS Region.
In the navigation pane, choose Environments, and then choose the name of your environment from the list. ...
Choose Environment actions, and then choose Rebuild environment.
What it can restore?
Yes, to rebuild the env
from brwoser or ubuntu?
it will restore the login user ubuntu?
Let me try to get more information about it
It's not giving me further information about the login user on Ubuntu but you can take a look a these steps:
To rebuild an environment
The following command terminates and recreates the resources in an environment named my-env:
aws elasticbeanstalk rebuild-environment --environment-name my-env
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/...(See full link)
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canot use aws
wheres the keys?
able to get it?
Does amaz has a way to do it then use aws?