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oprakash
Frequent Advisor

login issue

Hi,

One of my account login having some issue, its log in successfully and its comes to $ prompt also. But its not in home directory of that user. If we are putting pwd its display like ksh: : Cannot access parent directories.

I just checked its file permission of home directory its looks like 700 username groupname perfectly.

But i seen the files inside the home directory its completly belongs to other user. If i am changing the file permission of the files in the home directory. No one can able to enter into the system expect root.

Kindly suggest me for the same.
2 REPLIES
Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: login issue

>But it's not in home directory of that user.

Typically, if it can't access the home directory, it drops you into /.

Are you able to execute /usr/bin/pwd?
Or ksh's "pwd -P"?
oprakash
Frequent Advisor

Re: login issue

Hi,

Hey really i am sorry small mistake happened i found the solution its nothing but the home (/home) permission is incorrect. Now i have fixed thanks for your kindly feedback