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New to Suse - mainly used Solaris.
In solaris dmesg will also show you contents of messages log file but in Suse Liux it doesnt appear to.
I dont have root access to this Suse server, and wondering is there any other tool / utility that allows me to see the messages file contents like on... (1 Reply)
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After downloading ZFS documentation from oracle site, I am able to successfully migrate UFS root FS without zones to ZFS root FS. But in case of UFS root file system with zones , I am successfully able to migrate global zone to zfs root file system but zone are still in UFS root file... (2 Replies)
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I tried to log in as root, through console access, and this is what I got.
ksh: root: not found
Can you tell me why I got this and what causes it.
Thanks. (2 Replies)
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What is the command to check the activity of all users with root access on a Unix platform? Right now, there is like about 20 users with root and someone accidentally made some changes to the crontab and I need to trace which user did it. (5 Replies)
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I'm trying to install a program, and I want to place some of the executables into /usr/bin so that they can be executed from any folder on the computer. I've been giveng the root password, but told never to log in directly as root. Instead, I can wait for a password prompt. However, I... (2 Replies)
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I need to find all the log files under the root directory and delete them if necessary, if any one has a sample script who can share with me.
Thanks (2 Replies)
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Solaris 8 OS
I believe root access is being logged by my server but I only see it being written to the terminal. I want to know if there is a log file and how to not just log root access but if I can also log the IP address from which it is coming?
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I want to run a non-root script as the root user with non-root environment variables with crontab. The non-root user would have environment variables for database access such as Oracle or Sybase. The root user does not have the Oracle or Sybase enviroment variables. I thought you could do... (2 Replies)
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I'm hoping someone here can bail me out of this one.
I have a box running SCO Openserver 5.0.2. I can log in as root fine, but if I try to log into any other account, I get:
Last succenful login for xxxx "bunch of symbols"
Standard copyright stuff
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I am running a Linux Red Hat 7.2 system and I can't log into the root account.
When I tried to su to root from another user by using the command su - root, I get this error message:
su: basename.c:67: base_name:Assertion `all-slashes || !((*(p - 1)) == '/ ' ) failed
also, when I tried to... (10 Replies)
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