Re: Password recovery

From: George Mei (ymei_at_csc.com)
Date: 08/09/04

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    To: Zakai Kinan <titanyen2000@yahoo.com>
    Date: Mon, 9 Aug 2004 16:16:04 -0400
    
    

    The easiest way would be adding it to a boot server on the same subnet, if
    you have one. And then run "boot net" from the OBP on the Sparc10. When it
    boots up from the boot server, and the GUI shows up, stop the installation
    by Ctrl+C, and mount the root filesystem to /a, before changing the
    /a/etc/shadow for root. And then reboot.

    George Mei

                                                                                                                                    
                          Zakai Kinan
                          <titanyen2000 To: focus-sun@securityfocus.com
                          @yahoo.com> cc:
                                                   Subject: Password recovery
                          08/09/2004 03:22
                          PM
                                                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                                    

    Is there a way to recover a password from an old Sun
    Sparc10 without a working CDROM drive? I can't find
    anything online that explains a process of doing so.

    TIA,

    Zak

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