WOW !!! In less than 12 hours, I received 70 + replies to my posting. Too many name to list
out here so I just do a BIG GROUP thank you. Thank you all !!!
In Solaris 2.x, there is a security feature that allows root to only login at the console. Remote login is NOT
allow. To disable this security feature, simply comment out the line
in the file /etc/default/login.
However, the many of the replies do warn of possible security problems if this feature is disabled. The
suggested method is to rlogin as user and su to root.
When I do a root rlogin, I get "NOT ON SYSTEM CONSOLE" message. What does the message
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