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- Re: /etc/nologin file disappears
- Chris Mattern
June 26, 2003, 8:30 pm
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You shut down. /etc/nologin is automatically removed when
No, the commented lines indicate the defaults. The comment
is meant to say "I'm not doing anything, so this is what
Odd. Works for me in Solaris 8. Don't have a Red Hat
system handy to test. Nor does it take three tries;
I get the message and am kicked out. Are you sure you
remember your password correctly?
Re: /etc/nologin file disappears
Happens everytime, though now that I know what nologin is
intended for, I really don't mind the bug. I figured out
how to prevent sshd from starting so I'm not too concerned
about being hacked through port 22 anymore.
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