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Thread: Add user login to /etc/shells?
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Add user login to /etc/shells?
Sure, here you go
it says "Your login shell is not listed in /etc/shells"
and incase you don't believe me, i took a picture of it
(another thing i don't get with windows, a image with a .tif extension is 8.63 mb but with .tiff with 2 f's its only 200kb, exactly the same thing, weird, eh?)
Hmm, do you have something like the following in your /etc/shells# /etc/shells: valid login shells
see if having that works, if it doesn't come back.
My /etc/shells looks like
/bin/bash /bin/tcsh /bin/csh /bin/ash /bin/ksh /bin/zsh
Okay, which shell are you currently trying to use?
- Join Date
- Jun 2005
Check the path to your preferred shell for the user 'gmp'.
This is listed in /etc/passwd
The line with my non-root account looks like:
So check that your line ends with /bin/bash (assuming you want to use bash). Also check to see whether or not /bin/bash exists, and it's permissions.
To check these you'll have to mount your root partition from other distribution. I recommend the SystemRescueCD distribution. Download it, burn it, boot it, check /etc/passwd.
I edited /etc/shells to have /bin/bash at the end and take it off the beginning, it did nothing at all, it /etc/passwd there is nothing after /home/gmp indicating any shell i will post what it says when im on my computer
Originally Posted by Game master pro
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- Nov 2004