[SunHELP] RE: Root Access Problem
Sesetty, Ravikumar (GXS, Myta)
sunhelp at sunhelp.org
Fri Feb 9 10:49:36 CST 2001
You must have CD to boot in, and to change the passwd file. Or should you
have another account with root privileges.
From: Krishna_Raj at forethought.com [mailto:Krishna_Raj at forethought.com]
Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 10:08 AM
To: sunmanagers at sunmanagers.org
Cc: Sunhelp at sunhelp.org
Subject: Root Access Problem
When trying to change the default shell of root, I put in a incorrect
location (/sbin/ksh instead of /bin/sh) in /etc/passwd file. Without
I logged out & now, I am trying to logon, it says 'No shell' or invalid
haven't set up any passwd for root. I even tried to ftp change the passwd
but, I am not able to ftp as root as because ID does not have password.
How do I fix this problem ? I do not have OS CD with me, I got is
pre-installed with Solaris 7.
Please let me know.
Thanks in Advance
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