>From: Mai Nguyen <address@hidden> >Organization: National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting of Vietnam >Keywords: 200312020023.hB20N4p2027742 IDD LDM Linux Hi Mai, I got both emails, so I know the machine is up! >I have done steps 1 to 6 >> passwd: files nisplus >But this change doesn't solve the problem. > >> 7) type 'exit' at the ... > >I still can't log in as root. Is there a way to clear >the password for root in the single mode? >Can I set that passwd to "nothing": As you found out this was a Kerberos thing. >From address@hidden Wed Mar 24 20:45:22 2004 > >Tom, > >Today is really a brigher day! > >The problem is fixed. I've got help from one Linux >expert from here too. And it is indeed caused by >Kerberos. Now I've disabled it. Can you tell us exactly what you did to disable Kerberos so that the inquiry has complete information on how to get out of this problem? Thanks! >The incident is actually helpful for me since I'll >understand this system better. Stay away from Kerberos? :-) >And here is the IP : 22.214.171.124 > and DNS : met_research3.nchmf.gov.vn I just tested forward and reverse name lookup using these values: forward works (name -> IP), but reverse does not (IP -> name). This may be updated in time. >The password for ldm is the same. >The services this compurter provide are: ssh, ftp, >telnet. > >Do you need the telnet service? If not, please let me >know since it will be safer for us. No. Please disable telnet as soon as possible. It is a big security problem. >Thanks Tom. (The previous questions about data are >still valid!). We will be loading software as time permits and I will be grabbing the S-VISSR imagery to send along to SSEC. I will keep you informed about progress. >Have a nice day, Mai You too. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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