i using RHEL4.4 i forget password and im unable to access single user maode ,i try to rescue mode to break it, message comes unable to start pam
any one help me where is problem ?
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I want to increase the journaling size of an EXT3 FS: /var.
I booted up a RHEL 5.8 DVD, and tried the "linux rescue" mode.
The problem is that the original install that has the mentioned /var FS is in a vg/lvm.
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I need to extend the root (/) partition of a RHEL linux. I know I can do this without too much difficulty by booting in rescue mode. The problem is : the RHEL is a virtual machine running in vSphere ESXi 5.1 environment. I thought I could easily mount a image of the installation cd in the virtual CD/DVD drive and boot in rescue mode from there, but I can't get it to boot from the cd.
If you forgot your ubuntu user password,or you have enabled root user and forgot the password,you can try following to reset the forgotten password.
First,start your machine and when it boots into grub menu,select “Ubuntu GNU Linux …. (recovery mode)” (just use up/down arrow key to highlight it,not press enter).
I am unable to SSH into an existing ESXi server. I have a user which is in the "root" and "users" group and is able to connect via vSphere. However after enabling "Remote support (SSH)", attempting to connect by putty and entering my username/password when prompted I am presented with an "Access Denied" message.
I have run through the options presented at this KB article to no avail.