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2. Red Hat
i have a problem, itīs because users without belonging wheel group cannot switch to another user , when the password is introduced says not right password. The only solution for now is to add them to wheel users, but then i have another problem, they can login as root.
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I work in a multi user environment where my school uses Red Hat Linux server. When I issue commands such as "top" or "users", I get to see what others are doing and what kinds of applications they are running (even ps -aux will give such information). "users" will let me know who else is... (1 Reply)
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How to restrict the NIS users not to change their passwords in for NIS users??
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I have searched the web and have come back with nothing that is satisfactory for what I require. SFTP is my corporations new file transfer standard. What I require is a method to lock down SFTP users to their directory (they may go to sub directories) while not restricting regular users. ... (2 Replies)
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OK, I installed a new KVM switch and have 3 IBM servers all running SCO unix attached to it among some other servers...
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