I have just booted my linux box, and no one can log in. It keeps giving the
No utmp entry. You must exec "login" from the lowest level "sh"
I have lost my linux boot disk, so I tried booting from the install disk. The
/etc/utmp file is zero length and dated the time the machine was booted. I
can't execute even vi or for for that matter anything. I think I would have
to reconstruct this /etc/utmp file, any ideas anyone? Looks like I really done
it this time, huh? Thanks for answers.