Quoting cnb at eircom.net (cnb at eircom.net):
> One of our servers running RH 5.2 (yes it's ancient) was cracked into. I'm
> not able to log into it, just waits a few seconds and refreshes login
> prompt without returning an error. I suspect that login has been messed
> with in some way. Is there a way to take it from installation CD or another
> source? I'm trying to back up the server and reinstall but doesn't have a
> backup drive directly connected and can only get into machine in single
> user. I'm trying to use plip but can't set it up in single user mode of
Sounds like a job for a maintenance floppy or CD-ROM. You really
shouldn't trust any executable or config file on that system,
single-user mode or not.
Rick Moen "vi is my shepherd; I shall not font."
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