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Forum: Red Hat 05-11-2016
1,193
Posted By bitlord
Automatic logout
Hello,
I have this issue on a new server I just built. It is a RHEL 6.7 build. I use VNC to connect to the server from my windows machine. When I login to the Server in morning using VNC I get this...
Forum: Solaris 03-04-2015
1,814
Posted By bitlord
Hello, I run remote commands on servers all the...
Hello,
I run remote commands on servers all the time, though we use sudo.ssh server sudo command

Sometimes ssh has issues and the commands works better with the -t option, try that.ssh -t server...
Forum: Cybersecurity 01-06-2015
4,031
Posted By bitlord
rgatte1, If your still working on this try the...
rgatte1,
If your still working on this try the following as root.
echo password | passwd username --stdin
This only works with Linux, I tested it on SLES and it worked. I see you have solaris and...
Forum: Cybersecurity 12-19-2014
4,031
Posted By bitlord
Corna688, I have used ssh with -t before, but I...
Corna688,
I have used ssh with -t before, but I have never used -t twice (ssh -t -t). I will have to test it out on some of my scripts. To get around the need for a terminal, I usually just call a...
Forum: Cybersecurity 12-19-2014
4,031
Posted By bitlord
rbattle1, To create accounts on most Linux and...
rbattle1,
To create accounts on most Linux and Solaris servers use the useradd command. I would not edit the /etc/passwd or /etc/shadow files to create the accounts. You can use the exact same...
Forum: Red Hat 12-19-2014
855
Posted By bitlord
Hi, NIS is dead. I looked at a lot of different...
Hi,
NIS is dead. I looked at a lot of different versions of ldap. They are more or less the same. I would try OpenLDAP or 389 Directory to learn the basics They both have a lot of good...
1,035
Posted By bitlord
I do this all the time. If you have your ssh...
I do this all the time.
If you have your ssh keys and ssh agent setup, then this will be easy.
You will also need to use sudo.

ctr@abc> sudo scp filename ctr@hfg:/location.
or
ctr@hfg> sudo...
Forum: SuSE 08-13-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
I use bash as my shell. Bash is similar to ksh.
I use bash as my shell. Bash is similar to ksh.
Forum: SuSE 08-13-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
I tried to do a restart of the nscd service and...
I tried to do a restart of the nscd service and it didn't help.
Forum: SuSE 08-11-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
Thanks guys will give those a try.
Thanks guys will give those a try.
Forum: SuSE 08-11-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
I looked at the /etc/nscd.conf file on both...
I looked at the /etc/nscd.conf file on both Soalris and Susie servers. The Susie servers have enable-cache set to yes on passwd, goup and services. The Solaris server has one line for the hosts...
Forum: SuSE 08-11-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
All the accounts are local accounts. There is no...
All the accounts are local accounts. There is no directory server. All I know is the account changes take a while to take affect.
Forum: SuSE 08-11-2014
6,004
Posted By bitlord
Cached account info
Hello,
A admin at work created accounts for me on about 20 SLES 11 servers. He gave me the wrong home directory. He also didn't create a home directory for me on the servers. I have root/sudo on the...
Forum: Proxy Server 06-02-2014
15,709
Posted By bitlord
Again, Please tell us which LDAP server you are...
Again,
Please tell us which LDAP server you are using. Solaris doesn't play well with LDAP. Setting up an LDAP client on a Linux distro is about 100 times easier.

This the ldap client command I...
Forum: Proxy Server 05-30-2014
15,709
Posted By bitlord
I don't see your LDAP server stuff. Did you...
I don't see your LDAP server stuff. Did you create a profile.ldif file? You need to add some extra schema files to your LDAP server.
1,208
Posted By bitlord
I can sudo without a password and I even put the...
I can sudo without a password and I even put the full path of sudo in the find command.

Anyway, my for loop works fine with your suggested modifications. I just can't get the while loop to work....
1,208
Posted By bitlord
My ssh-agent is working fine.
My ssh-agent is working fine.
1,208
Posted By bitlord
Corona688, Thanks for replying. Tried did what...
Corona688,
Thanks for replying. Tried did what you said, but I'm still not getting anything. It just prints out the hostnames in the file. It looks like it is not doing the search.

If I surround...
1,208
Posted By bitlord
Find not finding stuff if run remotely
Hello
I'm working on script to find tomcat on all my servers. Then find out what version of tomcat is installed. Basically I want to check and see if the latest version is installed. I'm testing the...
1,124
Posted By bitlord
This how I run a check like the one you want. ...
This how I run a check like the one you want.

for s in `cat redhat_servers.txt`
do ssh -q $s uname -rn
doneI hope this helps
Forum: Solaris 02-24-2014
1,453
Posted By bitlord
Login error in /var/adm/messages
I had an issue with ssh on one of my servers and noticed the following
errors, listed below.

Errors in /var/adm/messagessshd lastlog_perform_login: Couln't stat /var/adm/lastlog: permission...
Forum: Linux 12-04-2013
4,386
Posted By bitlord
Yes I have looked at the usermod command. When...
Yes I have looked at the usermod command.
When I goggled the problem the 1st page I went to was ...
Forum: Solaris 12-04-2013
1,702
Posted By bitlord
You could just get the current Solaris build from...
You could just get the current Solaris build from Oracle
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris10/downloads/index.html
You can also get patches from sunfreeware.com...
Forum: Linux 12-04-2013
4,386
Posted By bitlord
Reactivate an account
Hello,
I had this issue today. One of my co-workers accounts was looked due to inactivity. The passwd -u command didn't work. So I did what I posted below. I don't think this the proper way to do...
Forum: Solaris 11-15-2013
2,892
Posted By bitlord
I would look at the permissions on the following...
I would look at the permissions on the following files; /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow.I would also look at the these files to see if there any setting causing the issue
/etc/default/passwd...
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