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Re: root login



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bruce wrote:
> nick...
> 
> do this...
> 
> su - root
> password: <whatever it is>
> 
> edit /etc/pam.d
> vi /etc/pam.d (or use your favorite editor)

that would be a good trick, seeing as how /etc/pam.d is a directory.

if he changes 'inittab', then he can/should be able to log in as root
and get things worked out from there.

plus, he has not made any comment as to what desktop he has set up, so
first is to just getting him in as root and take care of rest after.



peace out.

tc,hago.

g
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