How can I login to MySQL as or ::1 instead of localhost?

I’ve set different password for 'root'@'localhost' and 'root'@'127.0.01' like this:

mysql -u root
SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'localhost' = PASSWORD('pswd1');
SET PASSWORD FOR 'root'@'' = PASSWORD('pswd2');

but when I try to login like this:

mysql -u root -p -h

I still have to use the first password pswd1 even though according to this:

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another password pswd2 was set for

What is the problem here? How can I set 3 different passwords for ‘root’@’localhost’, ‘root’@’’ and ‘root’@’::1′ and login to those accounts with those passwords?

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Author: JConstantine

Error found when loading /etc/profile and UEFI permission denied

If I turn on my computer normally:

/etc/profile.d/ line 2: /usr/bin/locale-check: No such file or directory

As a result the session will not be configured correctly.  
You should fix the problem as soon as feasible.

Grub Boot:

Kali GNU/Linux, with Linux 5.4.0.-45-generic
Kali GNU/Linux, with Linux 5.4.0.-45-generic (recovery mode)
Kali GNU/Linux, with Linux 5.2.0.-42-generic
Kali GNU/Linux, with Linux 5.2.0.-42-generic (recovery mode)

I select the second option:

efi stub secure boot 

Reading cache
Can not upgrade
An upgrade from 'kali-rolling' to 'focal' is not suported with this tool.

Cannot open access to console. The root account is locked see sulogin(8) man page for more details." 



The options on boot don't recognize the USB I'm using to try to install Ubuntu again (Ubuntu 18.04 "Bionic Beaver").

I don't understand why the option for Ubuntu is not listed, since I have Ubuntu 20.04 not Kali Linux. 

What can I do?

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Author: user197536

Unexpected SPC Access Width error returning to default e

What’s happened: I have modified the fstab file. My aim was to mount an external hard disk permanently. I duly changed the username, but forgot to change the “sdb4″ to sdb1” in the command line and pasted it to a terminal window. Now Ubuntu does not boot, I am on a choo-choo train or loop, and I have forgotten the root password. This afternoon I created a boot repair usb stick, but this does not work either. F6 key does not work and I cannot choose the “no mode set”. I fear I might well have to delete the Ubuntu partition (I am on dual boot: windows 7 /Ubuntu 18.4) and try a fresh install, thus losing some data….

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Author: Christophe Naud