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I have just installed Solaris 11. When I turn the computer on I don't want to see a login in screen. I want to automatically be logged in as "SUPERUSER".
My research tells me someone is going to tell me that's not wise or safe. I'm not interested in security advice. If someone I know is... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: kkeevv
2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I found this on net:
This is the ``prompt''. If you entered you username, or your password incorrectly, you will be greeted by:
localhost login: Don't panic, try again. Likely you either mis-typed either your login name, or your password. Try again. You're not... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: pinklemon
I am unable to login into my terminal hosting Solaris 10 and get the below error message
"Server refused to allocate pty
ld.so.1: sh: fatal: libc.so.1: open failed: No such file or directory "
Is there anyways i can get into my machine and what kind of changes are required to be... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: sankasu
I have a korn shell script (main.sh) owned by unix account "A". I want to execute certain lines in the script using another user "B" (with user "B" login profile). I need to do this way for multiple lines to be executed using different unix accounts in main.sh.
I was trying to use "su -... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Ashok_107
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Can I create a superuser account in scoadmin? If not how do I do it via command line (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: maconte
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I am trying to write a perl script that will do remote machine.
I have done user loging using simple command;
But now I want to do root login or superuser login. So I tried the superuser command,
But I am not able to send the... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: james2
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My first post:
in /etc/rc2.d i have a startup script: Script1.
if you run #>scirpt1 stop/start from any user other than root you will get u must be supper user to run this script. eventhough the rights are 777.
Question: how can i get my user_a be able to run this script to stop and start it... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: bcheaib
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Oracle 8.0 database is running on SCO-UNIXWARE 7.0 Operating system. Some how ORACLLE DATABASE has crashed. After rebooting the PC only the SUPER USER could login. No other user is able to login.
we need ORACLE user to start the DATABASE again.
It is asking for the password, after... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: konda
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how can i change the superuser password?
the admin left the company, and we want to change the password.
to gain su access, i use:
# su -
password:***** (old password)
then, using passwd command it changes my own login password, not the root??
(this is not trying to block anybody's... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: apalex