Which password should I use when using sudo install or sudo update commands

Abhishek Umesh Gavali 0 Reputation points
2024-06-25T15:51:14.5866667+00:00

So I am using Azure sandbox for learning purpose, for AZ-900 certification. I setted up the azure VM successfully and and as module says to use '

sudo apt-get update

as to update the cache, by using this command I am getting an enter the password, so which password should I use for this, I used VM password but showing incorrect.

please help

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  1. VarunTha 5,815 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-06-25T16:22:28.1+00:00

    Hi Abhishek Umesh Gavali,
    Thank you for reaching out to us on the Microsoft Q&A forum.

    Sorry for the inconvenience. Let's address your issue step by step:

    1. Public Address Observation: Upon executing step 1, you should see a public address like this: 40.112.149.7. This confirms that the initial step has been successfully completed.
    2. Continuation to Step 2: Please proceed by copying the public IP address and executing step 2. User's image
    3. SSH Command Execution: After completing step 2, enter the following command in your terminal or command prompt: ssh azureuser@<VM public IP address> (e.g., ssh azureuser@40.112.149.7). When prompted with a message asking if you want to continue connecting, type "yes" (without quotes) and press Enter to proceed. User's image
    4. Cloud Shell Commands: Once connected via SSH, run the following commands sequentially in your cloud shell:
    • sudo apt-get update
    • sudo apt-get install -y nginx
    • echo "<html><body><h2>Welcome to Azure! My name is $(hostname).</h2></body></html>" | sudo tee -a /var/www/html/index.html

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    After executing the commands, check if the issue persists. If you encounter a password prompt or any difficulties, share the specific error message or behavior. I'm here to assist further and can provide additional troubleshooting or resources if needed.

    If you have found the answer provided to be helpful, please click on the "Upvote and Accept Answer" button so that it is useful for other members in the Microsoft Q&A community.