I tried to change the login shell. Here's what the first line of /etc/passwd looks like (on a Debian Wheezy install): rootx:0:0:root:/root:/:zsh When I try to login as root: Cannot execute zsh: ...
I was implementing a series of recommendations to 'harden' my linux server, involving lots and lots of changes. Linux is CentOS 6.2, kernel 2.6.32-220.*. I'm currently using tty2..tty5 (no X/GUI etc) ...
I was thinking, maybe i'd like to disable passwords for the root user and only use keys to log in. and if i need to login without keys have a 2nd user that is like root in everyway except has a ...
I have a weird issue going on. I have a user account and I can login to Gnome normally. From a terminal there I can use su root and switch to root with my root password. However, when I try to login ...
Once a friend of mine (who is an experienced Unix/Linux user) told me that setting root's shell to something other than sh (i.e bash or zsh) might create problems, because some script might assume ...
For personal linux on my personal notebooks, I've usually set my environment to autologin as root even under X or lower runlevels. I've found my workflow is very pleasant and fast, without any ...