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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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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am trying to create Oracle user. I will install oracle after that. But my problem is /home/oracle directory is not being created.
bash-3.2# useradd -g oinstall -G dba,oper -d /home/oracle -m oracle
cp: /home/oracle: Operation not applicable
chown: /home/oracle: No such file or directory
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3. Red Hat
By default user's home directory will be /home/$user.
I want to change it to /javauser/$user. How can I do it?
Jeevan. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: jredx
I've created solaris user which has both FTP and SFTP Access. Using the "ftpaccess" configuration file options "guest-root" and "restricted-uid", i can restrict the user to a specific directory. But I'm unable to restrict the user when the user is logged in using SFTP.
The aim is to... (1 Reply)
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
How can I change the home directory of a user without using usermod -d command?
( by modifying /etc/passwd) (17 Replies)
Discussion started by: tjay83
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I would like to know how to find out the home directory of a particular user..
If am the root , then my Home directory will be /
if say am just a user logging into the terminal then my home dir would change,
so accordingly i would like to know how to find it out...
I know that... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: wrapster
i have to need one script:
1. it will capture the unused user accounts in /export/home directory.
2. it will capture the locked user accounts in /export/home directory.
Note: locked accounts will show in /etc/passwd like /bin/false --> (instead of ksh it will show false)
the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: krishna176
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How do i restrict a user only to his own directory so that he wont be able to cd to other directories.
say for excample there is user called xiamin then xiamin should be restricted to /usr/xiamin only.
i am on redhat linux
Hrishy (4 Replies)
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