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Jul
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Jul
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Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
21
revised Why Modified /etc/passwd file ask for password
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Oct
21
comment Why Modified /etc/passwd file ask for password
There is no extra space on root's line but still having same issue
Oct
21
comment Why Modified /etc/passwd file ask for password
Let me check on this extra space,Board is nothing but my target machine.
Oct
21
comment Why Modified /etc/passwd file ask for password
Thanks @Shining but earlier whenever I login to my board ,it was not asking any password but since I changed /bin/sh to /bin/false at many places in passwd file,it is asking for passwd .
Oct
21
asked Why Modified /etc/passwd file ask for password
Oct
9
accepted How do I enable auto-logout of Interactive ssh logins after one hour
Oct
8
comment How do I enable auto-logout of Interactive ssh logins after one hour
Thanks @Spack will give it a try.
Oct
8
asked How do I enable auto-logout of Interactive ssh logins after one hour
Oct
1
comment How Do I provide client support in sshd
would like to ask one more thing,Do vsftp and sftp have any relationship.Is thery any Interdependency between these two??
Oct
1
comment How Do I provide client support in sshd
Thanks Jan ,got your point.
Oct
1
accepted How Do I provide client support in sshd
Oct
1
comment How Do I provide client support in sshd
We already had stfp-server working fine on our Target but we have requirement of getting sftp client on same target,Wanted to know how can this sftp clinet as daemon??
Oct
1
asked How Do I provide client support in sshd
Sep
4
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
22
comment Why changes to /etc/limits don't work on an embedded system
@Gilles our /etc/limits are definately coming from Shadow package,I am not sure my userland is Busybox or something else ,I do I check it??
Aug
22
comment Why changes to /etc/limits don't work on an embedded system
Do not have pam.d on my file system
Aug
22
comment Why changes to /etc/limits don't work on an embedded system
We can't add /etc/profile file since if we change /etc/profille then This will only take affect for program launched from a login shell, not for processes/services started by systemd. /etc/limits would the the proper location for settings these defaults