It looks like you have a good learning experience here.
There have been other postings about "breaking into a system".
Search for words like "root", " no login", "single-user mode", "single user mode".
My first suggestion is: Try to reboot the box and when it asks for the interrupt, do it... it should offer you a way to get to single-user mode which is a very low-level for the box. Some systems don't require root passwd at this level.
When (if) you get there, type "mount -a" to mount all filesystems.
Then modify the root password. Type "passwd root". Then make it something simple that you can remember. I know this is a security risk but in your case it won't matter.
If this doesn't work, you may be able to boot from a tape or CD that has the OS on it.
As I said, search this forum for key words relating to "no root login" or similar words.
i would search for theese keywords...
But I'm very under pressure (better you have completet it yesterday, than today)
In time i have tryed some of your and other ideas, but by many types i gave the system, the system says : "?CNF: xy"
So i have enter "?" and this is the result!
setenv EVN STR
t [-l] #/STR[ARG...]
NOW I'm really out of control...
if i type "ls" there a many "tests" and some other things listed, but if i enter some of this, nothing will happen...
I have never used an Ultrix system before, but it looks like you can use :
To get more help on passwd. Perhaps it will let you set/reset a password from there. If not do a ? init, ? boot... anything that will give you an idea of how to get to single-user mode.
I need to figure out the minimum OS version needed to run some executable.
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i need your help .. I am having a multiple file in directory and i have find out the Rcopy word from these files and need to print those files which contains the Rcopy word
Thanks and regards
Vijay sahu (2 Replies)