SUMMARY: root has no shell!

From: Mark Lundy (
Date: Wed Oct 15 1997 - 16:22:14 CDT

Thanks to all. I (literally) had over 50 responses. All had the same idea.
I had to boot from Solaris cdrom and start the installation (my root partition
had become corrupted, preventing me from fscking and mounting on /a).
After entering the system setup info, when asked whether to begin install,
I chose to exit, allowing me to mount the boot dev and edit passwd file.
Thanks to all

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