Thanks to Michael Kriss <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The permissions were incorrect. Also the permissions on the
root directoy were incorrect. That was the reason the users
were able to login, but were logged out immediately with the
message No Directory!.
Micheal Kriss Suggested:
Maybe the permission and/or ownership is wrong. Try this:
Boot single user then:
# egrep mm@0:zero /var/sadm/install/contents
/devices/pseudo/mm@0:zero c none 13 12 0666 root sys SUNWcsd
^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^
these are the expected
permissions, owner and
# ls -lL /dev/zero
crw-rw-rw- 1 root sys 13, 12 Dec 16 1997 /dev/zero
make sure the permissions and ownership are correct. Notice in the
contents file the major and minor device numbers are shown. You might
want to verify those as well
Thanks again ,
My Original Question was:
On Wed, 28 Apr 1999, Venu M Middela wrote:
> Hello Gurus,
> I have an emergency here. My system wont boot up.
> It gives me the following error.
> open /dev/zero : permission denied
> libthread panic: alloc_chunk [PID 298 LWP2]
> stacktrace ....
> I have a list server, WAIS server, web server and a mail server running
> on it...
> when I comment out some of the services at startup,
> it comes up in multiuser mode, but when i try to telnet
> to it, it doesnt mount the home directory and says no directory!
> and jsut closes connection.
> Anyone out there knows what coudl be wrong???
> Thanks and will summarise.....
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