sdaoden@: i have messed up my login, would you be so kind and help out?
steffen at sdaoden.eu
Thu Jan 4 16:30:31 CET 2018
I thought i try it once more in 2018.
||Last week the USB stick with my credentials disappeared from my
||purse and i had to rotate all my keys etc.
Fyi: that has been found again, and it did not even leave the
house in my purse. Luckily!
||During that process i seem to have messed up my login at OpenCSW,
||maybe i have copied the wrong public key, i do not know, the
This however is still true. Unfortunately. And i have no trace
of my password, too, even at the prompt no memory appears.
It is terrible!
||process lasted until deep in the night?
|It would be tremendous if i could log into the OpenCSW cluster
|again! I had to releas a new bugfix version without Solaris check
Oh yes, please, it would be nice to see whether that setpflags()
call is correct, for example.
|in the meantime, but none of the changes should affect Solaris
|portability in any way so no problem.
|I can proceed to the login prompt, but, it is quite embarassing,
|i do not know the password anymore, either.
|I am very sorry.
|Thanks in advance for any action from your side.
|I mean, if you somehow can, you could also just restore the old
|public key and i will try via ssh -i with the old private key and
|fix whatever i have messed up with authorized_keys, something i do
|not really understand it must be (only OpenCSW update failed).
|And change my password.
|Der Kragenbaer, The moon bear,
|der holt sich munter he cheerfully and one by one
|einen nach dem anderen runter wa.ks himself off
|(By Robert Gernhardt)
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