[LUNI] Solaris Security Question
aclose72 at yahoo.com
Thu Nov 8 13:33:00 CST 2001
some systems are set up so that 'root' cannot log in
remotely. you have to physically goto the machine to
log in as root. another option would be to log in as
your regular user and then to su - to root. then you
are root but not logging in across the network as
--- "Joel F. Hacker" <qa6240 at email.mot.com> wrote:
> Sorry, if this is a little off topic, but I have
> a solaris machine down in our lab that is off on
> a private DMZ network (no big security concerns
> Currently, I cannot log in as root on the machine,
> and I tried to fix it by editing /etc/securettys
> $ cat /etc/securettys
> After this change, it still denies me access to
> any type of remote connection as root. It says
> "not on console" Anyone have any ideas?
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