Special Thanks to:
Ryan P. Skadberg David Pope
Nicky Ayouo Steve Slater
David Schiffrin Jake Luck
Matt Bottrell Ken Taylor
Who all responded with information about the /etc/shells file which I
had misconfigured to contain the name of each shell without their complete
pathnames -- such as csh where /bin/csh was required. It really needs to
be there and have pathnames matching each users shell entry in
/etc/passwd. i.e. Examples should look something like this:
Thanks again everyone
On Thu, 18 Jul 1996, Randy Grimshaw wrote:
> This is something that has me stumped. I configured a SunOS 4.1.3_u1
> system for anonymous ftp. Now I cannot ftp in with a normal account...
> existing accounts are rejected without even asking for a passwd.
> Anonymous works. Non existent users are prompted for a passwd. in.ftpd is
> intact from the distribution media. ??? Any ideas.
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