I installed fishfish(a user-friendly interactive command line shell) on a Linux server, later somebody uninstalled it but I don't know it. After I run chsh -s /usr/local/bin/fish without caution, I cannot login the server now.
I am new to Linux. I have read a lot of articles about Login Shell vs Non-Login Shell but I am still confused. In the following scenarios, may I know whether the user is using a Login Shell or a Non-Login Shell?
Case 1 - One PC is using Linux without GUI. The user can login to his account from the command line.
Hi I have ubuntu server 12.04 and i m not able to login to root as i use command to change passwd of root " sudo passwd root " then entre password but it will update password but not able to login through shell and also with genome login. Shell shows authentication failure show out in shell " .: .: is a directory " Please help out on this issue
Hello cPanel peeps... I encountered a strange problem with the root user login and password.
Steps before problem occurred:
1. I enabled PHP-GD on my server through the Apache configuration in WHM and let WHM rebuild the configuration (took longer than usual).
2. After a long period, I restarted httpd and the server. When it came back online the root login and password did not work.
i have a big problem with my ubuntu Server since the last power crash.
I'm not able to login anymore. My Server has no GUI and when I try to login with my user credentials it shows me the login screen again.
Sometimes I see the shell for a second, but then I'm again on the login screen.