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  • by misterorange (3825) on Friday August 09 2002, @06:22PM (#5262)
    You have to modify your /etc/group file to make the nobody login to /bin/bash, not /sbin/nologin, which is what it defaults to in Redhat.

    And yes, this fix is in the document.

    • I got around it by creating a slashcode user. I then used 'chown -R slashcode slash' and 'chgrp -R slashcode slash' on /usr/local/slash to make the owner and group slashcode....