Wednesday, April 7, 2004, 1:58:46 PM, you wrote:
>> I can enter as root from console. But i can't enter as root, from ssh.
>> I have to enter as some user from whell then SU and etc...
B> Don't login as root over a remote conection (ssh). It's disabled by
B> default. The proper way is to login as a user who is in the wheel group
B> and then su to root. It's also better to do this even at the local console.
B> By default, no remote terminals are marked "secure" and thus are
B> denied root login access. Why? Because they're not secure!
B> To disable this security feature, go to /etc/ttys and mark the
B> appropriate terminals 'secure.' But I would not recommend it.
B> ____ __
B> / __ \____ _____/ /_/ _________ ____ ___
B> / /_/ / __ `/ __ / _ \/ ___/ __ \/ __ `__ \
B> / _, _/ /_/ / /_/ / __/ /__/ /_/ / / / / / /
B> /_/ |_|\__,_/\__,_/\___/\___/\____/_/ /_/ /_/
Thanks. But i don't have another choise.
Becose my SU utility doesn't work :(
I wrote that in my first mail.
Maybe anyone coud help me with fixing my SU?
Is itb possible to reinstall su, but only SU, not all system?
Or could someone tell me what files are working with su...maybe after
my chmod 777 / , access to some files gone wrong and now, SU utility
doesn't work properly... ??
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