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AIX 4

Posted on 1998-04-14
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UNIXer,

When I tried to login to the AIX 4 through telnet, I got the following error messgae. Why and how can I solve this problem ?

3004-009 Failed running login shell.

Andrew
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Check the entry for the login name in the /etc/passwd file.
The last field - login shell - should contain a name of a valid
executable.  Common values are '/bin/ksh', '/bin/sh', '/bin/csh'.
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