09-15-2005 03:22 AM
My server is a hp-ux 11.0 box in trusted mode. It is not allowing to login any users except root. When any user try to login it says login incorrect. The problem is for all user except root. There is no error in pwck and grpck. Can anybody give me some input to solve this problem.
09-18-2005 01:14 AM
"Only superusers are allowed to login at this time due to the presence
of the file /etc/nologin and NOLOGIN option set in /etc/default/security
Have you actually *looked* at /etc/passwd?
Are the user entries still there?
Have you looked at a tcb entry for a user?
# cat /tcb/files/auth/b/bobv
# pwck -s -l
What happens if you set the password for one of these user accounts as root via
# passwd user
Can the user then log in ?
Also, show "etc/pam.conf" and "/etc/pam_user.conf"
09-18-2005 12:13 PM
What shell is the default for all the users ? Checked /etc/shells ?
I had a problem similar but the other way around only root cannot setup ftp connection because root uses's shell is not in /etc/shells