Wojciech Puchar wrote:
If I remember correctly, you edit /etc/ttys and set some of your ttyp*
(i.e. network ptys) to be 'SECURE'. It really isn't a good idea though.
The reason I don't remember is that I haven't done it in about 10 years.
can it be set to make possible to login root to machine through
telnet and without telneting to some user and then su -
once again - can someone answer my question instead of giving very
with sshd and rshd it can be set, with telnetd - no success.
If it's a remote program that needs root access, you can probably do
something with ssh - you can allow ssh RootLogin, but not with passwords
only public key auth, and you can *also* limit the key to be allowed to
only connect from certain addresses and only run specific commands (e.g.
some backup software works this way). You can have multiple keys with
different restrictions even - Host A can run rsync only, and host B can
run rdiff-backup only.
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