BUG: single option -> a root console

Hans-Christian Armingeon linux.johnny at gmx.net
Sat Mar 2 02:46:26 PST 2002


Am Samstag, 2. März 2002 00:05 schrieben Sie:
> > Now it gives me a rootshell without a passwd, and when I type Ctrl-d, it
> > boots up normally. The first behaviour is for me incorrect, and the
> > latter is correct. Well, I think that a rootshell without a passwd ist a
> > sec hole. Could anyone tell me, how to set it up, that passwd auth IS re
> > Thanks in advance,
>
> If you want to be asked for a password, then put that 'S' back in. Whenever
> you go into single user mode, sulogin will start to ask you for a password.
> Hitting ctrl+d should then resume startup again.
Now it works as I want. Thank you. But when I want a normal startup from single, I have to press ctrl-d a few time until the message "respawning too fast" comes, and then the system boots up normally.

Johnny

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