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The last two weeks I have been dealing with an issue on my jobs' SunFire V100 server that has Solaris 9. Our ssh-server-config was messed up during changes to new certs being allowed to be used. The server was rebooted before I realized there was a problem with this configuration. Now I cannot ssh into my server and when attempting to hypertermial into the LOM console in the back of the SunFire V100, after a successful boot up to INIT 3 with the "system ready" text appearing, the following comes up making me unable to get to a login prompt...
INIT: Command is respawning too rapidly. Check for possible errors.
id: co"/usr/lib/saf/ttymon -g -h -p "'uname -n' console login:" -T Sun -d
/dev/console -l console -m ldterm, ttcompat
Yes, I have attempted this. When I get in single user mode I run into several problems starting from having to fsck a majority of the disks and fight with mounting and umounting, etc. However once this is in the clear and I go to edit the SSH config file, the text becomes garbled and I cannot truly locate where my cursor is because as I type, the text mushes and turns into text from several lines further down. I was thinking of looking up a way to run a search and replace to the problem line on the file and correcting it without actually seeing it.
However once this is in the clear and I go to edit the SSH config file, the text becomes garbled and I cannot truly locate where my cursor is because as I type, the text mushes and turns into text from several lines further down.
I've seen a few of these mentioned when digging around for answers, though I don't know a whole lot about it. I'm going to go check this out, if you have a link to something about useful, I'd much appreciate it. Thanks for that info!