Re: Possibly O.T. but need help
This is assuming, of course, there's a CD-ROM on the box. We haven't really
been given a whole lot of information about it at this point, which makes some
of the questions very hard to answer.
Kurt Mosiejczuk wrote:
> On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, Jean-Paul Blaquiere wrote:
> > not if it's solaris. you can't even pass an init=/bin/sh and get in
> > without a password :(
> > solaris is a bugger to get into without the root password.
> Provided they haven't set a password in the PROM, you can easily get
> in by booting single user off of a CD.
> 'boot cdrom -s'
> It won't ask you for a password and you can mount the root filesystem and
> delete the root password.
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