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Hi, I want to change password of Solaris 9 system non interactively and that too without using any extra package. Could I do it using Shell script or C program. Thanks...

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    Default Changing password of Unix System non interactively and without using expect

    Hi,
    I want to change password of Solaris 9 system non interactively and
    that too without using any extra package. Could I do it using Shell
    script or C program.
    Thanks
    Girish Guest

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    Default Re: Changing password of Unix System non interactively and without using expect

    On 19 Oct 2004 02:54:32 -0700, Girish Pal Singh <com> wrote: 

    Yes.

    Dave Guest

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    Default Re: Changing password of Unix System non interactively and without using expect

    Hi,
    Thanks for the reply. But how could I do it. If I use crypt what key
    should I give it.
    Dave Hinz <net> wrote in message news:<de>... 
    >
    > Yes.[/ref]
    Girish Guest

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    Default Re: Changing password of Unix System non interactively and without using expect

    On 19 Oct 2004 21:31:55 -0700, Girish Pal Singh <com> wrote: 

    Why not crypt it once, and then connect to each remote system, substituting
    the old encrypted password to the new encrypted password? ssh and sed are
    your friends.

    Dave Hinz

    Dave Guest

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