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3. Red Hat
we have a server that runs on redhat linux. It was working fine until last year and all of sudden we are not able to ssh on to that server. we are getting the ping response but not getting the login prompt when tried to connect via ssh.
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How i can pass the login details to the URL which is password protected with the htaccess using command line or script (perl,or shell,or php).
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I am using DRBL environment on Ubuntu. When my machine starts some times it's not starting lxdm & nslcd service. Because of that i didn't get graphic mode & also not able to authenticate user as nslcd is also stops. I have to login as root and restart these two services, then i am able... (0 Replies)
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I have created a new user. Using the below command I have created the user successfully.
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I don't want to set the password using “passwd” command after creating a user.
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Hi, We currently have a problem on a centos server when i try to ssh to it there is a significant delay in getting a login prompt. What would be the steps in troubleshooting this issue? I have try to narrow down a possible network issue but cannot see anything obviously wrong in the routing table,... (4 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
When I login as root - my prompt is # I want to change this and I understand the setting (PS1=) needs to go into a file called .profile, but I don't know where this file is for the root user. The root users home folder is / when I type env.
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Can anyone help! I am in dire need to change the "login:" prompt to "username:" any ideas?
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I am not getting login prompt when connecting to the red hat linux 7.2 server from windows machine and i am unable to login to server, after giving username at login prompt cusor blinks, no respnse. I can able to login to server thro ssh.
Pl can i know how to solve this problem.
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