To enter the chroot (need root):
...in your <code>PATH</code>, just typing <code>afacli</code> from a regular root shell should
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...ttp://johnl.org/ johnl]. They originally come from online gaming, with the root expression, _gg_ meaning "good game". It was used at the end of online game
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ssh firstname.lastname@example.org and enter moxie's root password
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To give us another way of getting root on Netsoc in case of LDAP going down, root login is enabled on each
the server room to get root on [[Spoon]].
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ipmitool -I lan -H spoon-ipmi.netsoc.tcd.ie -U root chassis status
ipmitool -I lan -H spoon-ipmi.netsoc.tcd.ie -U root sensors list
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The OpenVZ root, the machine with access to actual hardware. Admins only. This machine shou
...lot of tasks), you must be logged into this machine as LDAP has no remote-root logins set up. On this machine, you'll probably want to use [[ND]] to manag
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...ed with the [[LDAP]] system and so only local accounts will work (and only root accounts exist at this time).
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<code>$ ipmitool -I lanplus -U root -H cube-ipmi.netsoc.tcd.ie shell</code>
root, and get to work setting stuff up:
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...make; make install</code>. Only the make install stage should be done as root.
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logging in as root on the VT320.
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ipmitool -H snark-ipmi.netsoc.tcd.ie -U root -I lanplus shell
To allow root logins we need to have the entry ttyS1 in /etc/securetty (but that is there
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...cd.conf and is located at /etc/ircd-hybrid/ircd.conf, and only readable as root and by members of the UNIX group irc as it contains password hashes (and so
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...se include ignoring file permissions and binding to low (<1024) ports. The root account should only be used for system maintenance.
Multiple files can be specified. Only the owner of a file (or root) can change its permissions.
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drwxrwxrwt 1 root root 512 May 15 10:45 tmp
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...d.ie to 18.104.22.168 and back again. DNS is a hierarchial system with the root zone called '''.''' (that's a single full stop) delegating zones to other s
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...e node should be via /etc/ passwd. I'd prefer if root on LDAP did not mean root on Netsoc.
* No Netsoc machines with external access should allow ssh as root.
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I've never actually had to do this, but you may have to log in as root on MySQL on user web and rename the user's database
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clientca.key is on spoon in /root/ldap-openvpn-keys
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# Search the root DSE for the password policy (works
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