how to reset password with nologin shell?
micheal at cancercare.net
Wed Aug 27 22:02:12 PDT 2003
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From: "David Banning" <david+dated+1062438732.fcbda4 at skytracker.ca>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2003 12:52 PM
Subject: how to reset password with nologin shell?
> If I have a user that has a nologin shell and they forget
> thier password, is there a way to give them a new password?
> Right now I am resetting their password to nil, then
> giving them a shell like /bin/sh, logging in on their behalf,
> setting up a password, and then changing their shell back
> to /bin/nologin.
> I would like to elliminate the noshell to shell and then
> back to noshell part.
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As root, you can run passwd <username> to set it to what they request.
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