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First I would like to say im not sure which verison of linux we've got here, im guessing 2005, i have a live boot CD and its not like this, ...
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    Ran a lastlog in the terminal


    First I would like to say im not sure which verison of linux we've got here, im guessing 2005, i have a live boot CD and its not like this, my CD is M One 07, One major diff, is that before you login you can choose the "Desktop enviroment"

    After sending "lastlog" I began deleting users "userdel *** "
    which others can i delete and its back to a solid install

    I also atemped "pwck" to Verify integrity of password files
    Frist set was include but, adm
    root
    bin
    daemon
    adm
    lp
    sync


    shutdown
    halt
    mail
    news
    uucp
    operator
    games
    rpm
    vcsa
    xfs
    messagebus
    haldaemon
    rpc
    apache
    rpcuser
    ups
    postfix
    clamav
    canna
    gdm



    any help would be sweet thnks


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    I am not getting the question at hand here?

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    After sending "lastlog" I began deleting users "userdel *** "
    which others can i delete and its back to a solid install

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    So let me get this is clear view for more experienced users who need their brain power to help you better than I....

    He has sent the "lastlog" command, then he started deleting users by entering in the command "userdel [username]"

    He wants to know what else he can or has to delete to make it a Clean/Solid install as such when he FIRST installed the OS.

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    I take it this is for the server that users log into from a client end correct?

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    Yes Sir your correct

    Im not the one who installed this and I hardly know Linux, Learning as I go


    Any ways I may have figured it out

    I was able to fix something that seems to be wrong with the kernal
    and I know which build it is (2.6.12-12mdksmp)
    also I did the following

    STAR, System, Configuration, Other, User Administraction
    Opens up
    Option, Filter System Users
    All but the User I made is listed.. hehe

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