SUSE :: SLES 11 - Turn Off Keyboard Interactive Login

Mar 16, 2010

I just build a couple production SLES 11 machines and I'm using an ssh client to connect. However the ssh client forces me to use keyboard interactive login. How can I turn this off so I can use the normal username / password?

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Programming :: How To Turn Non-interactive Shell Into Interactive Shell?

Feb 4, 2011

I have a situation where I am in a non-interactive shell. I have tried from within my non-interative shell to spawn an interactive shell but my output still does not goto me. Isn't there a way I can somehow go into /proc or somwhere and make the output my /dev/tty1? Or some way else to remedy this?The situation arises because I drop from my restricted shell environment (a sort of CLI interface), into the actual Linux shell. I cannot change the code of the CLI environment I am just faced with being in the linux shell environment and its non-interactive. Its very annoying to have to put > /dev/tty1 after every command I type.

Not to mention it seems damn near impossible to get pagers like more and less to work properly when your in a non-interactive shell.

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SUSE :: How To Install X11 Libs SLES-10.1

Jan 21, 2010

I'm trying to install OpenDX(dx)-4.2.0, a scientific graphics visualization tool on Suse Linux 10.1 . But its giving following error:

icc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I../../../include -I../../../include -Dlinux -I/opt/intel/MESA/7.5.2/DRI2PROTO/include/X11/extensions -I/usr/X11R6/include -g -O2 -I/usr/X11R6/include -D_GNU_SOURCE -c callm_xinit.c
callm_xinit.c catastrophic error: could not open source file "Xm/Xm.h"


To resolve this error, I tried to install Mesa OpenGL libraries (mesa-7.5.2). But its not getting installed even after resolving dependencies such as libdrm, dri2proto, libpthread-stubs.

Are there any rpm distributions available for mesa libraries on Suse?

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SUSE :: Mount A Nfs4 Share On Sles 10 Sp2?

Jun 23, 2010

Attempts to do a mount -t nfs4 servername:/share /mnt hang. Performing an strace of the mount shows that the mount command is attempting to find /sbin/mount.nfs4 The nfs server, client, and util packages are installled. Did ps -ef | grep idmapd; ps -ef | grep gssd to check client side daemons and things look good. Not using gssd right now tho. Just want to get the thing to mount. Firewalls are not running. Doing a showmount -e servername reports the shares as being offered. I can mount it using nfs v3 protocol.

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General :: SUSE SLES 11.0 - Mouse Does Not Work?

Jul 11, 2011

I have installed SUSE SLES11.0 and when it boots up, the keyboard works, but the mouse does not. I am connected via a KVM, and the pointer does not move when I move the mouse.

I have run:
> init 3
> cat /dev/input/mice
> sax2 (after I got the mouse working)

But after the reboot, it no longer works within the gui.I have already searched for hours via google and tried many things to no avail

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SUSE / Novell :: Error While Installing SLES 11

Aug 11, 2010

I am installing SLES on a new server with raid 05, after I went with the setup it copies all the files until It gets to install grub. It gets me an error message installing grub and it wont let me move forward.


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General :: SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) Clone Available?

Jul 19, 2010

if there is available SLES clone out there. Like Red Hat Enterprise Linux = CentOS?

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SUSE / Novell :: Intel Builtin LAN Card Not Being Detected In SLES 10 SP2?

Aug 8, 2009

I have installed SLES 10 SP2 but my network card is undetected. Model: Intel(R) 82567V-2 Gigabit Network I have the drivers for linux on my installation cd as:

- e1000-
- e1000e-
- igb-1.2.24.tar.gz

How do i install these drivers on linux?

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SUSE / Novell :: SLES 10 SP2 Unable To Create New User From YAST / Way To Do

Mar 16, 2010

I am running SLES10 SP2 under z/vm in z9 mainframe box. But I believe this is a linux problem instead of hardware architecture or visualization (Because previously it worked).

I was trying to create a new user account for ftp purpose. However I encountered the following error from YAST code...

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SUSE / Novell :: Sles 9 PowerEdge 2850 Gradually Slows After Reboot?

Apr 14, 2010

Several months ago my PowerEdge 2850 SLES 9 server response time gradually slows after reboot. Daily the server seems to get slower and gets to the point where I have to reboot to clear the problem. To address this I added addtional 2G of memory, but issue is now worse. I have to reboot daily.

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General :: SSH - Permission Denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive)?

May 11, 2010

I have OpenSSH_5.5p1 on my Fedora 10.I generated a key pairs using ssh-keygen and added the pub key to the remote machine that I wanted to connect. When I try to sshing, I am getting : Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive).When I try to connect to the machine itself also getting the same error.

sshd_conf :
Protocol 2
HostKey /etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key


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SUSE / Novell :: Hard Ware Configuration Steps Failed While Installing 10 SLES In Laptop / Fix It?

Feb 26, 2010

I am new to linux . i am trying to install SUSE linux 10 SLES. all the steps are clearly installed but. the final step- Hardware configuration step this final stage system takes more time and restarts.

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General :: SLES 11 SP1 JeOS Giving Error During Login

Jan 24, 2011

I installed SLES 11 SP1 jeOS on my system. It is booting up properly. But when I tried to boot it up with "TrustedGrub", it comes up up to login level. When I given the login name and password, it shows an error "Error in service module".Then i couldn't login.

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Ubuntu :: Run Interactive Script After Login

Jan 26, 2011

I need to run a script that prompts the user for some input and takes action based on that input. It must run at the end of the login process, after the desktop is displayed.I tried putting it in ~/.bash_login, but it didn't run. Do I need to tell /etc/profile to run ~/.bash_login? I thought it looked for it & ran it if it was found.

A related question would be - Can I make it so the terminal session that is running the script be the only thing that the user can do? In other words, they can't click on anything on the desktop or in the panels and have it run until after they respond to the input request.

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General :: Assigning A User A Non-interactive Login?

Apr 16, 2010

I am trying to assign a user account on RHEL5 Server a non-interactive login but I am not sure if this is the correct command: useradd useraccount -s /sbin/nologinAfter I issue this command, I try to log in with this account and it says the "Administrator has disabled this account" when I enter the password. Does any one know if the command above is correct?

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Slackware :: Difference Between Login And Interactive Shells

Apr 22, 2010

I am having trouble distinguishing between login and interactive shells as they relate to terminals. I understand that a login shell is what is started when you login, and an interactive shell is used by scripts and such. I also get that terminals will use an interactive shell by default. What I don't understand is why interactive shells have no prompt by default. Is their a way to get an interactive shell to inherit the normal PS1 prompt? Is it considered bad to do this? Would it be better to have terminals start login shells, and if so why or why not?

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Ubuntu :: Use Sudo Without A Password For Non Interactive Login Using Plink ?

Jun 2, 2010

Before you say you shouldn't do that bla bla bla. I know why i shouldn't.

However i have a problem with running sudo commands from a non interactive command line script run using plink.

The automated script needs to use chown and give the current user ownership of some files and folders created by another user.

I can't use things like sudo -s etc as it requires that i enter a password.

I have setup public key authorization in order to login. Do i have to give the root user a password and log in as that. I would prefer not doing this but if that is the only solution i guess i'll have too.

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General :: How Can Interactive Login Environment Be Duplicated In Cron

May 24, 2010

My execution environment is Linux steamboy 2.6.31-21-generic-pae #59-Ubuntu SMP.If I log in and run a program, the program works properly. The program is a shell script, which executes an environment file, so that path and library settings point correctly.If I have cron run the same program as the same user who logged in, one of the libraries cannot be found. I have sourced .bashrc and the same environment setting file, even though .bashrc executes the same environment file . /home/amr/bin/

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Programming :: BASH Shell Differences: Login Or Interactive

Feb 18, 2011

Intuitively I think that the Login Shell and the Interactive Shell are the same applications but have access to different environmental variables.It this true? Why is there more than one type of shell anyways? You can change users with the interactive shell, why not log on with it to?

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Software :: Running An Interactive (python) Script In Tty1 Before Login?

Apr 22, 2011

I would like to run an interactive python script in tty1 on startup. This script requires user input outputs relevant data.I also need this script to be run as root as it accesses USB devices (and has to detach kernel drivers).It is an infinite-loop script, so I also want to be able to ctrl+alt+F to tty2 to actually login if needed

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Software :: Remove Print Of "Using Keyboard-interactive Authentication"?

Jan 7, 2010

I'm using RHEL 4. Everytime I logon via ssh / putty part of the logon banner reads "Using keyboard-interactive authentication". I don't mind using this feature, I just don't want this to display under the logon banner.

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OpenSUSE :: How To Turn Off Keyboard

Aug 20, 2010

I'm running Suse 11.3 with KDE4. While typing thismorning I inadvertently somehow disabled the keyboard (the mouse worked fine).I discovered that the keyboard worked on bootand I could log into my account (or other accounts)with the keyboard, but ONLY within my account wasthe keyboard dead. Rebooting the computer did NOTcure the problemI finally cured it by logging in as root, and renamingthe .kde4 directory in my home directory as .kde4xand then logging back in as myself.But (a) what did I do and how did I do it and (b) isthere a cleaner way to undo this should I do it again?

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Networking :: How To Turn SUSE Into Router

Mar 4, 2010

I want to turn my Suse into a Router. I already turn the forwarding to 1 but what else needs to be done? I am certified as CCNA for CISCO so are the commands on the Linux in a simulated environment similar? The perfect solution for me would be commands similar to the cisco ones.

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SUSE :: Turn OFF Automount Of Media In 11.1?

Apr 28, 2010

I have Suse 11.1 and am running a customized server on it that will take care of mounting/unmounting media (DVD, USB key, etc) on its own ..How can I get Suse to stop mounting the media automatically when I insert a dvd into the drive or plug in a USB key? I already got it to stop opening a window showing the contents, now need to get it to stop mounting automatically ..

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Ubuntu :: Mouse And Keyboard Don't Turn Off On Shutdown

Sep 7, 2010

I have a Saitek Eclipse Keyboard (illuminated keys) and a Logitech MX518 optical mouse. They are both USB.

When I shut down my computer from Windows XP, both the illumination on the keyboard and the optical beam on the mouse turn off. With Ubuntu, both stay on. How do I get them to work correctly?

BTW, I noticed how the spell check on this site recognizes 'Ubuntu' but not 'ubuntu';

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General :: How To Turn Off Terminal Keyboard Sound

Apr 4, 2011

How to turn off linux terminal keyboard sound? I do not have admin access and I use kde3.3 redhat.

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SUSE :: OpenSUSE Crashes - Freezes When Turn Off My Monitor

Jul 6, 2009

Last friday I went home from work and just turned off my monitor, as a program I had written needed to run a durability test over the weekend. Unfortunately it seems that the moment I turned off my monitor, Linux just froze, quite evidently as it said this morning that the time was still Friday 17:13.

From the syslog I got the following on that time:

What this means and what I can do? It's not the first time it crashes as soon as I turn my monitor off.

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SUSE :: Video Editing - How To Turn Picture Horizontally

Apr 6, 2010

I took a video of a tall object with the camera turned 90 deg. I now wish to edit the video to turn the picture to the horizontal. Is there a Linux application that will do this that runs in Suse?

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OpenSUSE Wireless :: Light On Keyboard Does Not Turn On Signals

May 11, 2011

I'm completely new to openSUSE and when I installed it, my wireless card isn't apparently found. The light on the keyboard doesn't turn on signaling there is a wireless card. I should have also said I'm using the KDE thing, not the GNOME.

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Fedora :: Cannot Login Into X Window(screen Turn To Black Before Login Screen)?

Feb 25, 2011

The problem come after i kill the Xorg using the kill command,and the screen turns to black without anything so that i can do nothing. The problem goes on after reboot

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