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Discussion started by: z_haseeb
i am able to login to AX server thru console but not able to login directly thru server.
also the server is not ping-able with other server.
filesystem is fine. and OS version is AIX 5.3.
please let me know if you need any specific log.
thx in advance.
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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Ok I've lost myself and hit a brick wall.
What I am trying to do is avoid the login screen when the machine is turned on. So no login screen is needed unless you turn the machine on and log out to login and change users. But as I said before I've hit a brick wall. I got not an idea of what I... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: merlin
sulogin(1M) System Administration Commands sulogin(1M)
sulogin - access single-user mode
The sulogin utility is automatically invoked by init when the system is first started. It prompts the user to type the root password to
enter system maintenance mode (single-user mode) or to type EOF (typically <CTRL-D>) for normal startup (multi-user mode). The user should
never directly invoke sulogin.
The sulogin utility can prompt the user to enter the root password on a variable number of serial console devices, in addition to the tra-
ditional console device. See consadm(1M) and msglog(7D) for a description of how to configure a serial device to display the single-user
/etc/default/sulogin Default value can be set for the following flag:
PASSREQ Determines if login requires a password. Default is PASSREQ=YES.
/etc/default/login Default value can be set for the following flag:
SLEEPTIME If present, sets the number of seconds to wait before login failure is printed to the screen and
another login attempt is allowed. Default is 4 seconds. Minimum is 0 seconds. Maximum is 5 seconds.
Both su(1M) and login(1) are affected by the value of SLEEPTIME.
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|Availability |SUNWcsr |
login(1), consadm(1M), init(1M), su(1M), attributes(5), msglog(7D)
SunOS 5.10 25 Sep 2002 sulogin(1M)