SUMMARY: login incorrect problem

From: mr ayie <>
Date: Thu Dec 11 2003 - 19:43:15 EST

thanks for some suggestion made from few user.. these is 2 suggestion that 
i've got:
1. check pam.conf file ->suggested by roland.merk
2. use pkgchk to doublecheck file and permission -> suggested eugene schmidt

but when i call the person incharge for the server they have already 
formated the hard disk. i cannot test any of the suggestion above but i 
learn more things about solaris.. thanks again.

>From: "mr ayie" <>
>Subject: login incorrect problem
>Date: Tue, 09 Dec 2003 12:36:26 +0800
>hi all..
>i have a problem with a system v240 (with monitor,keyboard and mouse). 
>before this everything work fine but after a power trip this problem 
>when tried to boot up to multiuser a msg box prompt out with a msg "login 
>incorrect" before we manage to enter any input. click ok button can help 
>nothing because the msg box will not vanished (like looping).
>try boot to single user mode and enter root password everything work fine.
>mv /etc/rc2.d/S99dtlogin /etc/rc2.d/s99dtlogin to start without CDE.
>enter multiuser and this messages came out.
>" <hostname> console login: "
>but after enter username the same messages came out.. no password request.
>go to single user rm /.dt , enable back S99dtlogin still same problem 
>double check permission in /var/adm/utmpx , some of the important file in 
>this directory has been change to other username. i change the ownership 
>back according to other system. but the same thing still happen.
>i suspect maybe some important file has been tampered by someone. need some 
>clue here how to further investigate. by the way this system cam be ping 
>but cannot been telnet to.
>running on solaris 9. waiting for your input.TIA

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