Linux – Fixing Error sudo: /usr/bin/sudo must be owned by uid.

Linux – Fixing Error sudo: /usr/bin/sudo must be owned by uid.Here is another interesting thing I came through very recently.  If you have ever used a unix based operating system like Ubuntu, I bet you have had run into problems which happens suddenly, and you have no idea what caused it :)

This is the error I got,

sudo: /usr/bin/sudo must be owned by uid 0 and have the setuid bit set

Now I’m going to tell you how I got the above error and how I fixed it.

I searched in many forums about this, and I found that there are two reasons for getting this error.

01.     Directory “/usr/bin/sudo“  is not having permission 755.     This happens if you run a command like “sudo chmod –R 777 /usr/” - which will set the permission to 777 for all the directories recursively.

02.    Directory “/usr/bin/sudo“  is not owned by the root user. (In case if you have run a command to change the owner.)

My issue was due to reason 01, and I solved it by following the below steps.

First restart your pc, and press the SHIFT key while Ubuntu is booting.

This will bring you up the boot menu.

Select Advanced Options.

Select your OS version in (recovery mode), and press Enter Key.

Ex : Ubuntu 14.04 (recovery mode)

It will bring you up another  screen. Now select “Drop to root shell prompt” and press Enter.

It will load a command line at the bottom of the screen.

Now run each of the following commands.


mount -o remount,rw /

mount --all

chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo

chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo

restart

Now your pc will restart. Once you log in, you will find that you can use the sudo command again :)

Please leave a comment if this worked for you.

How to remove Vuescan watermark – Vuescan 9.4 Crack Version

remove vuescan watermarkUpdate: 27th January 2017

Added a video tutorial. Please scroll down to see it. Hope you would find it helpful. Don't forget to subscribe and like the video :)


Few months back I wrote an article about Vuescan Professional software, and one of my experiences about it. After publishing the article, I noticed that many people visited my blog looking for that software, and the problem they had is about the watermark which is embedded into the final image.

So here is the working solution for all my readers :) I’m going to tell you how to remove the Watermark from the final image and use the Vuescan Latest version without any restrictions.

The first thing you should understand is that if you are getting a watermark in scanned images, that means you are not using  a licensed version of vuescan. So in order to get rid of the watermark, either you will have to buy it, or use a cracked version of vuescan. Since you are worrying too much about the watermark, I know you are not going to buy it. So let’s continue with the second method, using cracked version. (But please note that I am not recommending you to use cracked software, I am doing this only for educational purpose and I always encourage you to buy it from the original developers, they deserve it).

Here is the link to the Vuescan 9.4 Cracked version I used to test this.

Download Vuescan 9.4 Cracked version

 

Video Tutorial on how to remove the watermark.

 



Once you download the above zip file, extract it and install the version which is compatible with your system (32 bit / 64 bit).

Inside the zip file there is a folder named “Key”, and inside that you can find “key.txt” which contains the serial number.

When you first run the vuescan, it will ask you to register the product. Simply enter the email, customer Id and the serial key from the above key.txt file and as soon as you complete typing, it will show as “OK” in all the text boxes. This means your details are valid :) Click on OK button and continue scanning.

Please read this section if you are still getting the watermark.

Even though vuescan accepts your serial number as valid, it might still show the watermark. The reason is that Vuescan is not remembering your registration data. Here is how to fix that error.

Continue scanning your image as usual. When you are ready to save, do not click on save button. Instead, click on help menu item, and go to “About..”. A popup dialog will appear asking you to enter the Serial number. Now enter your data there and save the image.

Boom..No watermark B)

Please let me know your comments about this.

Happy Scanning :)

jQuery Validator Validate by class name


It’s no doubt that the jQuery Form validator is a big time saver for most of the web developers around. It helps you to do the client side validation of forms without any difficulty. Recently I wanted to validate a group of form fields (a several Price Fields), which should not allow negative values. But the existing rule I have being using was only that it is required. So I had to change that, and I found that I have been doing the validations based on the field name. But my current requirement is for many fields having the same rule. So I was looking for a way to get it done in a single rule (using the class name)

Here I have found two solutions to achieve this, and I share it with you all expecting it will help to save someone's time :)

Tip: Opt out your common rules and enter the other rules inside the $().validate() as usual. You can enter common rules inside below methods after this.

Method 01: Using jQuery Validator’s  .rules() method.

Ex : I want to validate all the price fields (having class “.price”).

$('.price').each(function() {
            $(this).rules("add", {
                required: true,
                min: 0
            });
});

Note: You can use this only after the $().validate() method is called. Otherwise it will not work.

Method 02: Using the addClassRules() method.

This method is developed mainly for this type of validations. It does the iteration through all the elements by itself, which we did manually in method 01.

$.validator.addClassRules("price", {
     required: true,
     minlength: 2
});

Note: Unlike in method 01, you don't need this method to be after the $().validate() always. You can even call this method before the $().validate().

Please leave a comment and let me know if this was helpful to you.