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And the problem happend. The password of both root... (15 Replies)
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I want create user. That user should be login to any server without asking password. How? tell me in detail.
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i want to write to script which will login to su account without hving user interaction.( i know Super user password)
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Please could some advise how to create a unix account, from the root account.
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I desperately need help to replicate the functionality that I had with Solaris 8 and SEAM into Solaris 10.
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does anyone know in solaris 10, can you lock an account if the user does not change their password within a certain amount of time?
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How can i create an account on my UNIX-server?
1. The files, can't be deleted by that person. (or better: he can only delete his own upped files, or can delete files, but can't see mine)
2. He can upload files.
3. I can delete and see everything.
Hope you guys can help me.
B.T.W. nice... (1 Reply)
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