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How can I add user with Sudo permission in solaris 9 ? I'm new in Solaris (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ahmednoaman
when I type this command
useradd -d /home/ram89 -m ram89
it gives an error unable to create home directory.
Why so ?
How to create user in Solaris?
The perfect method?
Please guide me.
Thanks in advance
Manali. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: manalisharmabe
New to Solaris, I added a new user by cmd " useradd -d /export/home/username -m username " but wondered when I tried to login with this new username, It doesn't automatically redirect to the user's home folder. Can anyone suggest about this? (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: naw_deepak
I just installed Solaris 10 yesterday and I need to create a new username and password. I'm new to the system and I have yet to learn my way around. I appreciate all help and thank you in advance. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: bones
In SCO Unix, where does useradd or adding a user through scoadmin (gui) pick the initial default .profile (login profile) that is put in the users home folder? In Solaris its in the /etc/skel/.profile.
I would like to replace it with a custom .profile; so that it's picked automatically when... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: othman
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I need to add a 10 character user name to my tru64 system, is there any work around I can use for that.
thanks alot (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: aladdin
I am adding a new user by using Solaris Manamement Console after Remotely Access through Xmanager 1.3.9.
But after completing all steps its through an error as follows.
The Actual Error Reported was :
The management Domain file :/abc/abc do not exist or can not be managed on abc.
... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: response_manu
Just got a solaris 8 blade 150 box with no users, only a root account. no one seems to know the password. I'd like to add one user. So I booted into single user mode via cdrom and added one. Can't seem to login using the new account, though. Here's what I'm using:
# useradd -d /tmp/"user" -m... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ECBROWN