I’m working with rpetersn on the workstation in question. Thanks for the advise, but doesn’t seem to be around workstation space as indicated by “avoid apt-get upgrade link” . Instead the problem is now that apt-get upgrade has been run, we can’t run any other upgrade or install anything because the sudo asks for credentials we don’t have.
rpetersn:~/workspace (master) $ sudo apt-get install php-soap [sudo] password for ubuntu: Sorry, try again. [sudo] password for ubuntu: Sorry, try again. [sudo] password for ubuntu: Sorry, try again..
It would seem that apt-get upgrade upgraded something about sudo. Without the sudo / root pass it seems we have no alternative but to start a new workstation. Sure would be nice to not have to do that.