securetty

Guillaume Pancak gpancak at free.fr
Thu Aug 10 17:53:04 PDT 2000


Hi,
your problem can be resolved...
just prefix, in /etc/securetty, the devices...
ex:

# Begin of /etc/securetty
/dev/console
/dev/tty1
/dev/tty2
...
...
/dev/tty6
# End of /etc/securetty

it work for me....:)
i don't know if it is a bug or not...??
more informations.....?

----- Message d'origine -----
De : Pascal Adami <pascal.adami at balcab.ch>
À : <lfs-discuss at linuxfromscratch.org>
Envoyé : jeudi 10 août 2000 19:08
Objet : securetty


> Hi there,
>
> I have a problem with telnet and the /etc/securetty file. It's not created
> in the LFS book so I added it with these entries:
>
> console
> tty1
> tty2
> tty3
> tty4
> tty5
> tty6
>
> so that root can only login locally. BUT why the f**k isn't it working?
> I can't log on with root anymore locally...
> It is perfectly working on my Slackware machine with the same entries!
>
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