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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
Hello every one.
I know little to nothing about AIX. Recently I have been assigned to an AIX project.
For some reason or another the find command is hanging the server.
Well it does not hand server per say, it just freezes my terminal session.
after running find, I waited up to 40 min and... (3 Replies)
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Is there a way to find out the total no of processes that were running ?
- 2 or 3 hours before
- list those no of processes (3 Replies)
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Hi, I have written a script and placed in an application and the script can be executed manually only. But somehow one of the method in the script is being called and bringing the application down. But we are not able to find any instance of script running.
Is there a way to findout whether the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Satyak
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I am trying to find files with specific name using find / -name core -print..
this command is hanging and never completes as it is searching for all the automount filesystems ..i cant eliminate using "! -fstype nfs" as this is not a nfs filesystem
pls let me know if anyone know how to... (2 Replies)
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In my script I want to run some drop and select statements in the same host as a different user.I am inputting password for the superuser from the user who will be executing the script.
I would be greatfull to you experts if you could suggest me how to proceed. (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Sreejith_VK
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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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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