Exercise - Create an Azure Virtual Machine

khadija gharatkar 20 Reputation points

I don't know what my sudo password is or where I should find it. Please help me with the recovery process to continue learning that would be of great help thankyou

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  1. Dave Patrick 426K Reputation points MVP

    I'd try asking for assistance with course issues in dedicated forums here. Participate\Ask A Question Learn / Cert Moderators will help you from there.

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  1. TP 65,976 Reputation points

    Hi khadija

    To complete the Create an Azure Virtual Machine exercise, there is no need to use sudo. Is there something besides the listed tasks that you are attempting to do? This isn't part of the exercise, but after you create the VM and install NGINX, you could connect to the VM using command similar to below:

    ssh azureuser@<publicIpAddress>

    Check the output for publicIPaddress and use it in the command above to SSH to the VM. Once you have connected to your VM using SSH, you could use sudo command on your VM.

    Please click Accept Answer if the above was useful. If you still need assistance please add a comment.



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