I edited the file /etc/pam.d/sddm
auth include common-auth
auth optional pam_gnome_keyring.so
account include common-account
password include common-password
session required pam_loginuid.so
session include common-session
session optional pam_gnome_keyring.so auto_start
And then changed all common to system and after rebooting I am unable to login with old password
`common-auth to system-auth
common-account to system-auth
Done I booted system to old snapshot
All rounder solution for anything is boot to snapshot thanks to Garuda.
I am no expert about sddm, but with forgotten password you can always go on live-usb and chroot into system(super convenient with garuda-chroot). And just change passwords from there.
Thanks for letting me know
It's great when you can track down a problem and fix it on your own without using snapshots.
If you have a spare laptop you can break boot and so on and learn how to chroot and other fixes using searches. Play and enjoy.
Yes it's knowledgeable but I got info about chroot after problem got fixed and here it's too much hard to get 2nd pc thanks for your kindly inform.
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