login to telnet session as root?

login to telnet session as root?

Post by mags dohen » Tue, 20 Jun 2000 04:00:00



Could someone tell me how to login to a Solaris machine as root using
telnet; i.e. how to get rid of the 'Not on system console' message which
prevents me from doing so?

thx,
mags/

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login to telnet session as root?

Post by James Rober » Tue, 20 Jun 2000 04:00:00




Quote:>Could someone tell me how to login to a Solaris machine as root
>using telnet; i.e. how to get rid of the 'Not on system console'
>message which prevents me from doing so?

>thx,
>mags/

If you still have to ask the question, you probably do
not want to be doing it.

A careful reading of man login will answer your question.

seamus

 
 
 

login to telnet session as root?

Post by claude dutreill » Tue, 20 Jun 2000 04:00:00


mags doheny a crit :

Quote:> Could someone tell me how to login to a Solaris machine as root using
> telnet; i.e. how to get rid of the 'Not on system console' message which
> prevents me from doing so?

> thx,
> mags/

let's see at /etc/default/login and 'comment' the ligne
#CONSOLE=/dev/console
like this ...

but don't forget, there's a good reason to forbidden root-connection via
network .... so you're aware of that !!!

bye.

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login to telnet session as root?

Post by Dave » Tue, 20 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Edit the /etc/default/login file and comment out the line setting the
CONSOLE variable.

> Could someone tell me how to login to a Solaris machine as root using
> telnet; i.e. how to get rid of the 'Not on system console' message which
> prevents me from doing so?

> thx,
> mags/

 
 
 

login to telnet session as root?

Post by Géraud Till » Tue, 20 Jun 2000 04:00:00



>Edit the /etc/default/login file and comment out the line setting the
>CONSOLE variable.

man su, a better way of living...

--
 > Je cherche une methode pour verifier si le port 515 est a l'ecoute.
 > Cette requete est a envoyer d'une station Solaris vers un serveur NT.
 use Net::TCP;  $object = new Net::TCP "playstation", 515;
 $ok = $object->connect; -- SB in Guide du linuxien pervers

 
 
 

login to telnet session as root?

Post by eric reye » Thu, 22 Jun 2000 04:00:00


Just leave the default setting(/etc/system) and use use your login
name+pwd then type
/bin/su, which is little safer that login as root.


> >Edit the /etc/default/login file and comment out the line setting the
> >CONSOLE variable.

> man su, a better way of living...

> --
>  > Je cherche une methode pour verifier si le port 515 est a l'ecoute.
>  > Cette requete est a envoyer d'une station Solaris vers un serveur NT.
>  use Net::TCP;  $object = new Net::TCP "playstation", 515;
>  $ok = $object->connect; -- SB in Guide du linuxien pervers

 
 
 

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