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  • Main » 2013 » April » 29 » OS - UNIX HELP COMMAND
    2:20 PM
    OS - UNIX HELP COMMAND

    Configure Telnet for root logins
    Simply edit the file /etc/default/login and comment out the
    following line as follows:
    # If CONSOLE is set, root can only login on that device.
    # Comment this line out to allow remote login by root.
    #
    # CONSOLE=/dev/console

    Configure FTP for root logins
    First remove the 'root' line from /etc/ftpusers.
    Also, don't forget to edit the file /etc/ftpaccess and comment
    out the 'deny-uid' and 'deny-gid' lines. If the file doesn't exist,
    there is no need to create it.
    NOTE: If you are using Solaris 9 or Solaris 10, the ftp* files
    are located in /etc/ftpd


    UNIX

    SVR4 Unix Command
    Q: How to find a file?
    A: find /user/home/ -name SVR4 -print
    Q: How to compare file?
    A: diff f1 f2
    Q: How to create an archive file?
    A: tar cvf tarfile_name.tar filenames (dir_name)
    Q: How to untar file?
    tar xvf filename.tar
    Q: How to unpacked compressed tar file
    A: zcat project.tar.Z | tar xvf -
    Q: How to unzip gzip files
    A: gzip -dc filename | tar -xvf -
    Views: 73 | Added by: Jaime | Tags: ftp, Unix, Telnet | Rating: 0.0/0
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