Re: root access via telnet?
"Michael Legart" <email@example.com> writes:
> Is it possible to allow root access via telnet?
> It is supposed to be used for remote administration. The server is
> *not* connected to the Internet and contains no sensitive/important
> data, so security would not be a problem. The server is (right now)
> only for playing with... :-)
Take a look at the file /etc/securetty and add the pseudo tty's
(ttyp*) to the list of secure terminals.
Check that you /etc/login.def has the following option
It is also possible to give the allowed tty's in this line.
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