RE: Root users shell == no existant shell /bin/bash

From: Brandon Grace (brandon.grace_at_ntscom.com)
Date: 07/08/04

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    Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2004 10:42:02 -0500
    
    

    For some reason su -c relates to "class" not "command" as in linux. I know
    about the booting into single user mode also. This happends to be the
    primary dns server and our secondary doesn't have the capacity to handle all
    the queries. Any other suggestions?

    Thanks in advance.

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