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Well I've tried that script over and over but I get the same result !
Once it runs and I restart dhcpd & xinetd none of the terminals can
login. The part for the groups seems to be good but it's of little use
if no one can login.... BTW I'm running this on a test machine ...<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Wed, 2004-09-22 at 10:49, norbert wrote:
<pre wrap="">OK the script works, actually it works to well !!! When added to the
etc/profile script none of the clients can login , the screen just
cycles back to the login prompt ! HELP !!!!
You still must have some kind of error. If you still have a
root login and a backup of the original /etc/profile, put it
back for the moment.
Put the piece you want to add in a separate file somewhere, do
a 'chmod +x filename' to it, then after a normal login, try
sh -x filename
to run it. The -x is a crude 'debug' mode of the shell that
shows variable expansion and a few other things line-by-line
as the script executes. Usually that is enough to tell what
is going wrong.
If you aren't still logged in as root and can't log in again
you will probably have to reboot to get back in. Yell if that
is the case - you have to edit the grub kernel line to add the
word 'single' to bring it up single-user, or boot the install
cd in rescue mode.
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