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- Richard Lefebvre
November 12, 2003, 5:21 pm
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I'm compiling SSH 3.2.5 on SGI's IRIX 6.5.20 and the CONSOLE line of
the /etc/default/login (to deny root from login in) I don't want to
use PermitRootLogin=no since I wan't to be able to ssh commands
as root on the server. Any hints onto why SSH is able to ignore
/etc/default/login since in the output of configure, it acknowledges
finding the file.
Richard Lefebvre, Sys-admin, CERCA, (514)369-5224 "Don't Panic"
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