We have had a sub-system on our SCO UNIX box (Ver: 184.108.40.206) with
the entry in /etc/passwd:
subsystem:x:123:50:Sub system environment:/subsystem:*
Up to now, it has worked perfectly ... for 3 years matter of fact.
Now, when I type 'subsystem' from the login prompt, and get the alternate
login, I type my login name and password, and get the message:
No utmp entry. You must exec "login" from the lowest level "sh".
Any solutions? The RTFM has not been a help at all.
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