HiToday I had a situation whereby 2 users could not logon to their Centos 6.0 workstations.I logged in as root, rebooted their desktop then they were able to login afterwards.
In my CentOS 6.0 system, working since months, suddenly stop authenticating non-root users, in graphical mode.
I have checked necessary /etc/pam.d/* files, but those are unchanged.
SELinux is disabled.
I have also tried configuring autologin, but the cursor starts rotating in wait state and nothing is happening beyond that.
I have a fresh install of Centos 7 server. I would like to use my AD users
to login via ssh into this Centos server. In version 6 I had to configure
/etc/nslcd.conf and pam.
Do you know any good tutorials or do yo have any advise how to start and
which packets I need.
Thanks for answers.
I'm running a CentOS server (7.0) and I'd like to login via sshd as a user, not root. So I set PermitRootLogin no in the config file and su - after login. I've received lots of hacking activities and I decided to allow only one user to login via sshd. Since the username is not my real name or any common name, I think it would be good enough.
I just did a clean install of 11.3 over my dual boot xp/11.2 system and kept my home directory. When I booted the system a console box came up. I then disabled auto login and rebooted. The login screen showed two users, 1- Tom and 2- Root. When I login as Tom the console comes up and when I boot into Root the GUI KDE system comes up.
I've ran a yum update on my CentOS 5.8 box and now I am unable to log into the console as root. Basically what happens is I receive the login prompt, enter the correct username and password, and am immediately spit back to the login prompt.
Is network manager available during Gnome login?
Users (using laptops etc) need to authenticate and login having their home
directory on NFS using autofs.
However this is not possible when there is no valid network connection
present; either using Wireless LAN or VPN
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Hi, I am using CentOS 5.8 as virtual in Citrix. When i reboot the centos, i cant able to login. After resetting the password also i cant able to login. Can you please help to sort out this i... [by suhasrao]
As I know, the last command shows recent logins by all users. But my PC (CentOS) has been used for roughly a year, and there are many users logged. I tried to used the last command, but it just showed from June 2013 to September 2013.
My question is: how can I show the latest users that have logged in recently, say (December 2013 through Jan 2014)?