Novell Open Enterprise Server 1 (OES 1) Linux
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When a user attempts to login, they get an error message âLogin Incorrectâ as soon as they type their user name. The user is not given the chance to type their password. The root user is the only user that can login.
Remove the /etc/nologin file.
If this file is present many services will deny access to the server. This file can contain a helpful message telling users why they cannot login, but can be left empty. In which case. only the âlogin incorrectâ message is displayed.
Any service that includes pam_nologin.so in the auth pam stack of its /etc/pam.d/* file will be affected by the existence of the /etc/nologin file.