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I figured it out by now. (0 Replies)
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Hi could some let me know how to prevent user from changing his home directory.......
Thanks in advance.... (1 Reply)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
can we know the user id who changed saved script in cron tab..:D (7 Replies)
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4. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Despite the exec man page, the exec system call seems to turn my effective-user-id into my real-user-id.
I coded and compiled 2 very simple c programs as user 1 (uid=501)
The first one (A) prints real and effective user IDs and then execs the second one (B), which in turn prints... (7 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Ok, bear with me on this one, I am a bit new to Unix and it might take me a little bit of time to articulate my question.
I know that every process has a user id and an effective user id. This seems to include the shell itself, because when I type 'ps', I see 'bash' listed as a... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: oddthingy
i created 1 user . Now its passwd time period get expired.
Now how can I set password for that user. Also how can I set a condition such a way that after every 3 months user must change his passwd. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: ajitkraj
We use smitty to administer user accounts. Is it safe to make changes to the characteristics of a user while the user is logged in?
Can I set "Is this user ACCOUNT LOCKED?" to true ?
Can I set an expiration date on an account?
Will this effect the user in anyway during their current... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: andrewsc
I have 02 servers:
- Linux RHEL AS 3 (server1)
- AIX 5.2 (server2)
Running the command rsh server2 passwd derje from the server1 to change derje user password on server2, give me this error:
3004-709 Error while changing the password for "derje"
Can somebody help me ? (0 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Here is my situation. On a RedHat 7.3 box, I have a user named jody.
When I log in with jody and type in "id", I get the expected output:
uid=1(jody) gid=1(jody) groups=1(jody), 510(test)
However, I cannot figure which "id" option allows me to change the effective gid. I tried the options... (2 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
So I need to change the permissions of my user account. I can
access the root account on the server, but don't know how to
change the permissions of my user account. I was advised to
try 'userconf' to see if I am part of a group, but I dunno how that works. ANyone who knows how to see the... (3 Replies)
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