On Mon, 27 Mar 2000 17:17:16 GMT, Mara allowed
Quote:>I want to keep root from logging in both locally and through ssh. I tried
>changing root's shell to /bin/false, but that kept me from using su, which
>I want still enabled. How can I keep root from logging in, but still allow
>su access (which on my box is restricted to users in group "wheel").
Others answered the question as well as I could.
Just one question : why not over SSH? SSH is reasonably secure, isn't it?
Bill "Houdini" Weiss
Robert the high speed hacker, had a very high-speed switch,
and if you ever saw it, you would see the fibre twitch.
All of the other admins, used to cry and curse his name,
they never let poor Robert, play in any high-speed games.
Then one foggy weekend night, San Cisco came to say,
Robert with your ports so tight, won't you link my sites tonight?
Then all the admins loved him, they thought it would be real neat,
If Robert the high-speed-hacker, would teach them to be 3L1T3.