> Do you want to know what I did? I was changing root's shell in the
> passwd file manually (using vi) and I made a TYPO!!! Without realising
> my mistake, I saved my changes and now I can't login as root because the
> mispelt shell obviously does not exist.
> The machine is a Sun SPARC 20 running SunOS 5.5. Is there an 'easy' way
> to fix this problem?? Well, at least easier than starting from scratch
firmware prompt without asking for a password. However I'm not sure if
it will default to a /bin/sh.
Looks like you'll be starting from scratch :-)
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