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What version of Parrot are you running? (4.4, home edition, and AMDx54)
What method did you use to install Parrot? (Debian GTK )
Configured to multiboot with other systems? ( no)
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Installed Wireshark, during installation it asks if you want it to allow non adminstrative users. I selected yes. Upon running the program, I got an error message that said ‘cannot lock password, try again later’. So I rebooted, did some dishes and tryed again. Same same. Out of curiosity, I ran it through root terminal. I got an error message, but it worked. I monitorred for a while, then shut the program down. I didn’t like getting error messages, especially at root, so I tried to change it to not allow non administrative users. ```
(sudo dpkg-reconfigure wireshark-common) The process seemed to work, but now It won’t run in either terminl. I uninstalled wireshark, and related packages. Before I reinstall I would like to try to find some help on the locked pasword. I still have a .pwd.lock in /etc. Also a passwd, passwd-, shadow, and shadow-. No other lock files, but both of the shadow files have an x in the top right of the icon. I’ve found a couple different opinions on how to fix this, but since I’m messing with my entire user profile, I think I better get it right. I have changed my password by the way. Any Ideas would be appreciated.