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Re: Null passwords



May b this will help u.
edit /etc/passwd .. suppose the username is 'miller' u will c an entry
miller : x : 501 : 501 : : /home/miller : /usr/bash
remove the 'x' from the entry.
Now when u login with username miller it wont ask for password.



On Mon, 2004-06-14 at 08:45, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Fri, Jun 11, 2004 at 01:07:00PM -0700, David Maier wrote:
> I'm running an FC2 system on which I don't care about password 
> security.  PAM is running. I've been all over the HOWTO's and manual and 
> cannot find how to enable null passwords for a user. I've tried putting 

What are you trying to accomplish? There may be a better way....

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