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I've just started using a Solaris machine with SunOS 5.10.
After the machine is turned on, I open a Console window and at the prompt, if I execute a pwd command, it tells me I'm at my home directory (someone configured "myuser" as default user after init).
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Discussion started by: egyassun
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm trying userdel -r username on Solaris 9 and getting
UX: userdel: ERROR: unable to find status about home directory: No such file or directory
I see the user's home directory and getent passwd shows the user
Anybody know what's causing it? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Stellaman1977
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I am trying to create Oracle user. I will install oracle after that. But my problem is /home/oracle directory is not being created.
bash-3.2# useradd -g oinstall -G dba,oper -d /home/oracle -m oracle
cp: /home/oracle: Operation not applicable
chown: /home/oracle: No such file or directory
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Discussion started by: hubatuwang
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I found this old closed thread:
I can do these things, but how to I change someone's profile - where do I find the profile? I'm running Centos 5.6
providing you have the password shell set to ksh,
you can put this in his .profile:
alias -x cd=: (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: jjj0923
I am Installing Oracle 11g on my Solaris OS.
I created the below oracle user:
# /usr/sbin/useradd -g oinstall -G dba oracle
but when i am trying to to su - oracle it give me the below error
Do i have to setup a home directory for oracle user? and how can i do... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: beayni33
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By default user's home directory will be /home/$user.
I want to change it to /javauser/$user. How can I do it?
Jeevan. (5 Replies)
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I've created solaris user which has both FTP and SFTP Access. Using the "ftpaccess" configuration file options "guest-root" and "restricted-uid", i can restrict the user to a specific directory. But I'm unable to restrict the user when the user is logged in using SFTP.
The aim is to... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sftpuser
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I am running Solaris 10 and I am using the ftp server that comes with it. I would like to specify a specific directory as ftp user's home directory.
For example, if "ftpuserx" ftps into my solaris machine, they will automatically be taken to "/space/web" directory, even though there... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: annointed3
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The home directory for me on my system is on /home/kwon. It was created using "useradd kwon"
When i go to change the home directory for a user doing a usermod -d /home/test when they log on it gives them messages saying to generate new ssh keys, and it does. It gives me a thing that says... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: BangYourWallnut
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How can I forbid a user to go up his home directory ?
MarcoW (2 Replies)
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