I have a server with some serial ports. One is /dev/console, another is /dev/term/b(the ttyS1 under linux and the COM2 under dos). I want root to login under /dev/term/b but..
myserver termb login: root Password: Not on system console myserver termb login:
An easy solution is to edit
/etc/default/login and comment the line
but with this solution root login is allowed on ALL ports,
I want to permit access root on
but not on
/dev/pts/* for example.
On some good old unix and unix-like(Sco,BSD,Slackware)
we have to edit
/etc/securetty and enable the line
where we want grant root access..and on Solaris?
Solaris version is 11.4 and root is normal user and not role.