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I have just set up linux RedHat 6.0 with apache. I can telnet into apache but when I am asked for login and password my RedHat login and password are not accepted. How do I reset or find out my apache login and password?
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Question by:alanhll
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I would bet that you are trying to login with root. This is not allow due to security.
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if you want to telnet to your server as root, remove /etc/securetty file.
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