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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
on my Solaris 10 machine user's home directory ownership is being changed automatically to their UID. can any one please tell me whats the reason behind it .
users are there in /etc/passwd file . /etc/shadow file is also there along with nssswitch.conf file and there is no changes made to... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: usernew
I want to change the default login directory of a user from /home/user to a new directory. how can i do this?
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I have an LDAP server that is used for authentication. Now the home directory id set to : /export/home/user1 . But I am logging in to different machines Solaris, Linux. The problem is I want the home directory to change depending on the os version (e.g. /export/home/user1/linux). Can... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: disturbe_d
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First of all, i am so sorry about my bad level in English writing.
I have some problem in linux and i hope the experts of this forum to help me if they have enough time to reply to me.
I have a scenario of configuring NIS and NFS in Redhat Linux environment such that user can login... (0 Replies)
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I have a directory with its subdirectories and files. I want to change them all to read only. Say it is ~/test
chmod -R 444 ~/test
chmod: `/home/myname/test': permission denied
I do not understand. Do I have to have executable mode for a diirectory to access.
How can I change ~/test to... (5 Replies)
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I have a new HPUX system going into production and it will be used by 2 projects. One of the contract requirements is the 2 groups can not have access to the others work or data. I believe I have the system pretty well locked up using groups and permissions and selective mounting of... (2 Replies)
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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
I have solaris 9 installed across 2 disks.
/swapfile (spare space for use with swap) s1
When I create a new user using solaris Management... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: finster