how to create hidden account in centos
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 25, 2012
iam using 32bit centos 6.2 on my machine, and i want to create hidden user 'test' , i mean to say while iam starting my centos at GUI mode, at that time that username 'test' should not appear at list of users, only i can use that username is command line. logging in through other username.
i have try this:
#passwd -l test
and i restart the system at that time username 'test' doen't appears but while iam trying to switch user test in command line such error occurs:
su: incorrect password
so i was not able to login. After that i know
passwd -l test = it locks the user 'test'
passwd -u test = it unlocks the user 'test'
can anybody guide me or suggest me how to create hidden account in my local machine, i'll be greatful and any kinds of ideas, suggestions and guidelines are welcome.
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE
How to Create User FTP CentOS With Quota
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 6, 2012
Hello! Galera! I wonder How can I Create a User In CentOS with FTP access with 1GB space limit in the / var / User
is this possible?
vsftpd or pure-ftpd or other
[SOLVED] How can I create raid 1 Centos 5.7 64 minimal installation
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 18, 2011
I have a server working on centos 5.7-64 minimal installation. I have 3 separate physical drives:
120 gb ssd, 2x 3tb disks for storage.
My linux installation is on ssd disk, and I want to make raid 1 for these two 3tb disks and store data, like under /mnt/data.
Can you please tell me the path how this is possible?
Sorry if this is dublicate but I couldn't find information on this using search.
Here are some output of commands I ran for more data:
How to create user account in Sendmail??
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 26, 2006
who can tell me how to create a user acount in Mailserver using Sendmail? i don't know how? help me!!
thanks a lot!
how to create hidden files in linux
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
in my program I have to create a hidden file in order to avoid remove or modification of file
NAME = file
so I ask if there is function in c which allow to do that ?
how create swap partition after installing ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 18, 2012
i installed 32 bit version of ubuntu 11.10 recently. during installation i enterde manual partitioning . i installed ubuntu without setting a partition for swap area (just set the root partition).
now please tell me is it necessary to have a swap partition?
and if yes, how should i create a swap area now?
[SOLVED] How create bootstick from ISO image
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 15, 2011
(I tried to post this earlier and it got lost.) I have a Ubuntu ISO image that I downloaded with Slackware, the only system I have. Ubuntu does not tell how to make a bootstick using anything but Windows,Mac, and Ubuntu. I tried "dd if=...ubuntu... of=/dev/sdb bs=512" and it did not put anything on the stick. Is there a procedure for making such a thing?
[SOLVED] Create user for CentOS w/ ssh
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 22, 2010
I've got a remote server running CentOS and I require a new user account who would have access to sftp & ssh functions.
I've got a bit of a problem creating the user since whenever I try to login with the new account through ssh (putty) I keep getting access denied.
I've made different accounts with userids above /below 500; even though I'm a complete noob so no idea how I'm supposed to go about this.
How create sudoers file
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 5, 2012
I recently installed Squeeze from
[Debian GNU/Linux 6.0.4 _Squeeze_ - Official i386 kde-CD Binary-1 20120128-12:53]
Although there is a 'sudoers' file in '/etc/sudoers' it only contains a "Read Me" file; which is empty.
In order to avoid the necessity of doing routine stuff as root (su) I'd like to start using sudo.
I've read the man pages and done all the searching I can think up, but the literature all seems directed at making changes to a sudoers file, not creating one from scratch. I've also learned that messing up a 'sudoers file' can create serious problems. So I want to be sure I do it right. AFAICT no 'visudo' editor is on my system; either.
This is my personal home desktop and am the only user.
I would appreciate seeing something like a mock example of a single-user sudoers file that I can edit with my particulars.
create hidden objects game
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 29, 2011
do you know what program can I use?
thx in advance guys
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