what restrict telnet for root itself but allow for other user
Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback
Answer / d.jagankumar
auth required pam_securetty.so== 1st line
should be placed as required.if we change the option as
sufficient instead of required telnet can login as "root".
|Is This Answer Correct ?||4 Yes||1 No|
Answer / raju
Root can login through telnet session, but by default it is
disabled. You can enable by appending /etc/securetty file
open /etc/securetty using vi
don't remove anything from this /etc/securetty , just
append your entr
|Is This Answer Correct ?||6 Yes||3 No|
What are RPM?s, what do they offer?
What file should you examine to determine the defined runlevels for your system?
What text filter can you use to display a binary file in octal numbers?
what is the difference between semaphore, mutex & spinlock?????
Without Using $date -dyesterday. How I get the yesterday's date ?
what is the difference between unix and linux...
How to findout, if the user is local user or NIS user in the Linux (RHEL)?
What is the difference between home directory and working directory?
How to apply patch for multiple servers .
This question is belong to linux support. "one of my customer told to me, my application is getting slow response". how to resolve the issue. what are the steps you will follow to resolve the issue.
What utility can you use to automate rotation of logs?
how do i check which package has installed some command suppose ls , mkdir or whatever ???