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Failed to recover lost root password for Solaris SunSparc
(On Sun Ultra10 - SPARC CPU Hardware, not x86 Intel CPU nor x64 AMD CPU)
This Sun Ultra10 workstation comes with an old 6-in wafer probing station purchased from a Surplus equipment vendor.
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I am trying to write a script (ksh) to connect to oracle db via sqlplus.
As I do not want the password to be in plain text, I've tried to use java to encrypt and decrypt it but I am not sure how can I pass the decrypted password to the script. Pls advise.
Below is what I would... (1 Reply)
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I bougth an used Sun Fire v440, and It have a firmware password. When I turn on the server, it ask for firmware password. (I don 't know what is the correct password). I can access to SC, but when I want to access to OBP, Firmware Password appears again. I remove the battery for two hours,... (1 Reply)
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I would like to login from a Sun server running ssh:
Sun_SSH_1.1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090704f
ssh: SSH Secure Shell 3.0.1 on sparc-sun-solaris2.6
How can I achieve this?
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This is a common question im sure... I bought a RS/6000 Model 240. Aix 4.3.3 loaded. No root password was supplied to me, but I do have the install media (4 disks). I want to drop into maint mode. So I place the cd into the drive, restart the box ( by pressing the power button, since i do not have... (3 Replies)
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I'm attempting to blank out the root user password on a machine that we have forgotten the password for. I have been using the advice posted on this site to boot from CDROM in single user mode, then mounting the root slice and editing the /etc/shadow file. Each time I save the shadow file and... (1 Reply)
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I have recently become the sys adm guy for our unix systems here for my shop. I have a pretty good understanding of the system, but there is just some stuff that I don't know. Right now one of those things is to recover the password for a unix system.
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I lost my password root !
maybe someone can to help me to log in HP_UX,
i started the server in " Singel - User" and i changed my
password to new password and it`s not working ..
what i must to do ??? (4 Replies)
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I've forgotten root password on one of Solaris machines, i searched in forumes to find a similar case but there's no proceudre here to reinintialize root password, cause most of related commands & even single user mode needs root password that i don't have.
Any solution would be helpful.
--rgrds,... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: nikk