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No. By default the password is encrypted and that is stored. The plain text password is not stored and thus cannot be viewed. This default can be changed but you have to do that before the user sets the password.
You can try to change the password for root as seems there is no at the moment: Login as your user switch to root sudo su - change root password passwd The open new virtual terminal and try to login as root To troubleshooting you can check the logs in /var/log in messages or auth files
In your exec-command inside the your application you could use the Windows built-in command runas. For example: runas /noprofile /user:mymachine\administrator "C:\Program Files\MyApp\Myprog.exe" (you can probably omit the domain mymachine\ in your environment) A different solution would be to make the comparison in a temporary directory with full ...
Understanding can never be easy. Just visit this http://www.onlineconversion.com/html_chmod_calculator.htm After FTP, login with AccountUser/AccountUser and change permissions. Or conatct unix admin to change the default permissions given for the account.
You can not log in as user because it is a system account, which is specified by the --system option. System accounts are for daemons or services, not for human users, and are therefore given /bin/false for login shell. If you enter grep '^user' /etc/passwd, you will get something like this: user:x:117:123::/opt/user:/bin/false To allow user to log in, ...
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