Main >> Account Functions >> Manage Shell Access

t9clkclnr

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Jun 11, 2004
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1 account has this listed:
/bin/false

while all the other accounts listed have (disabled)

Is there a raw file i can edit via ssh to change this to disabled. Also, what does this mean?
Why is this being reported this way?

Anyone have any ideas that could assist me?
 

monoblue

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Aug 24, 2005
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Is that account suspended? I have this also but it is only shown on accounts which are suspended ;)
 

Spiral

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Jun 24, 2005
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1 account has this listed:
/bin/false

while all the other accounts listed have (disabled)

Is there a raw file i can edit via ssh to change this to disabled. Also, what does this mean?
Why is this being reported this way?

Anyone have any ideas that could assist me?
/bin/false is safe and means they don't have any shell access ...

Whenever you suspend an account in Cpanel, it sets the shell to /bin/false.

You can manually edit the shells for all accounts when logged in as root by SSH
and edit the file /etc/passwd

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