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OK. So I can prevent remote systems from logging in as root by uncommenting the CONSOLE entry /etc/default/login.
BUT, is there a way to stop su - (when already logged in as own user)?
The way we do it is to set up sudoers so users who need access can do sudo su - (2 Replies)
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I want to know the difference between these two services. Both are under xinetd. Both are used for enabling and disabling Telnet service. So, can somebody please explain me the difference between the two ?
Thanks in advance :) (0 Replies)
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how can i make my users to not use particular commands in the network
pl z help me regarding this (1 Reply)
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I was writing one script which includes to switch to the another telnet automatically from the present telnet server. I was using rlogin but firstly it takes the same user name of the present telnet and secondly it is prompting for the password.
But i want to switch to the another telnet... (2 Replies)
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I have a need to allow only certain IP addresses to access a machine running Linux. I don't know how would i do it, not an expert at CMD?
Thanks in advance for your help. (2 Replies)
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Somewhat long story:
I have a simple Perl CGI script that uses Expect to Telnet to a device and grab some data, and then spits it back to Perl for display on the Webpage.
This works for many devices I've tried, but one device just fails, it keeps rejecting the password on this device, only... (1 Reply)
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I'm on Solaris 8, I need to provide Read-only access to a user to 2 directories only.
Using rsh (restricted shell) as the user's login shell, I can restrict the user's access to a certain directory only, but how can I set in such a way that the user can access only the 2 directories... (4 Replies)
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Is there a way to restrict telnet to specific IPs
Thanks (6 Replies)
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I need to create a user that only has access to 1 directory (e.g. /vol/mita/test). The user needs to be able to rsh into that directory to run a script. The user should not be able to navigate to any other directories above /vol/mita/test. Any help would be appreciated! (4 Replies)
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I need to restrict users shell access to only $HOME under /home for each user. I don't want them getting out of their own directories. From what I understand chroot is something I could use, but I want to avoid this since it involves creating symbolic links to a number... (9 Replies)
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