I feel a little silly having to ask this, but: In Solaris you can issue a passwd -sa command which gives you (more or less) the same output as passwd -S userName does, except it prints out the status ...
I have an RHEL 5.7 installation in the lab and someone changed the root password (either by linux single or some other mode). I would like to identify how was it done and basically be able to identify ...
I currently use a script which contains commands along the lines of sudo /sbin/mount.cifs $SERVER_SHARE $MOUNT -o username=$DOMAIN_$USER,uid=$USER,gid=$USER,file_mode=0664,dir_mode=0775 to mount my ...
Let me preface this with: I do NOT have root access available. I recently got locked out of my account because I did not know the password expiration was getting close, then elapsed. I want to add a ...
If a person has root access to a particular RHEL machine, will they be able to retrieve the password of the other users?
If we don't know the root password and don't have root access to the machine, how can we change the root password?
I have setup the sever to only use LDAP for authentication by using authconfig-tui. Everything works well but, when I run passwd, I get two prompts for a password: [beamin@rhel6-test-server1 ~]$ ...