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Re: OpenBSD newbie, `root' name refused .. solved..
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: OpenBSD newbie, `root' name refused .. solved..
- From: "J." <mailing-lists_(_at_)_xs4all_(_dot_)_nl>
- Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 23:25:32 +0200 (CEST)
> On Thu, 27 May 2004, Remy Heiden wrote:
> Hi There,
> This seems like an interesting problem.
> As I am also still learning my way around obsd, I have absolutely no idea
> how to solve this.
> For [re]editing the passwd-file you could do this:
> On this list it is also very much encouraged to first "do your homework"
> before ypoub ask questions.
> I.e. Google/FAQ/Archives
> Hope this helps.
Thursday, May 27 23:04:35
Thnkx Remy, .. I still find 't a bit strange that there is no separate
list for new-commers, or people migrating from other os's like moi.
[yes I've read the migration pages..]
I have been a sun os user for the last 5 years and I used GNU/linux
Debian & Slackware together with freebsd at my present work for a year or
Anyway, yes I switched keyboards to verify if it was working
properly, yes I checked for nologin, yes I checked for the keberos bug,
yes i386 bug, Yes I compared the passwd files, etc......
No problems.. But still couldn't login, so.. Since it was a brand new
install, I took 3mins to go over the steps again, and reinstalled the
whole damn thing..
I have a perfectly fine working system now..
Searching is fine, if you have the time .. :-)
Thnkx for your reply.......Remy..