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I am not able to set my computer as trusted using Linux OS with my multifactor.

1.  Please locate these files: 

  • Linux Firefox: ~/.lastpass/
  • Linux Google Chrome: ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/databases/chrome-extension_hdokiejnpimakedhajhdlcegeplioahd_0/

And delete the files that appear there, login and then trust again, log out and then log back into the account again to test.

 

If you still do not see the browser trusted:

 

2. Make sure that you are not running any security software, eg: AppArmor, that could be blocking LastPass. If you are, disable and retry.

3. Please also check the permissions of your home directory to ensure that you have write access:

  • Do you have a ~/.lastpass/ directory?
  • Does it have a lp.suid file in it?
  • If you strace -f google-chrome do you see it being read/written to?

 

If you are still seeing issues, please submit a support ticket here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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