[Buildroot] Login troubles
urban at unix-beratung.de
Mon May 17 15:21:13 UTC 2010
I seem to have the same problem...
I built with WCHAR support, and although there is no password for either 'root'
or 'default' in /etc/shadow, I can only log in as 'default'. Here are the entries:
default:x:1000:1000:Default non-root user:/home/default:/bin/sh
I did not test with WCHAR support turned off.
On 03/09/2010 11:06 AM, Paul Jones wrote:
> I've narrowed down the problem.
> When I compile without WCHAR I login as root and never get asked for a
> When I compile with WCHAR I get the password prompt and pressing enter
> does not work.
> That is using buildroot from git.
> I'm still using the kernel binary that was supplied with the board,
> 2.6.32.x Could that be causing the problem?
> On 8/03/2010 10:13 AM, Paul Jones wrote:
>> I thought it might be something I did so I downloaded buildroot again
>> and recompiled without changing anything except ARCH and the serial
>> console port and got the same result.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: buildroot-bounces at busybox.net
>> [mailto:buildroot-bounces at busybox.net] On Behalf Of Thomas Petazzoni
>> Sent: Monday, 8 March 2010 2:04 AM
>> To: buildroot at busybox.net
>> Subject: Re: [Buildroot] Login troubles
>> Hi Paul,
>> On Sun, 07 Mar 2010 23:53:02 +1100
>> Paul Jones<paul.jones at iwtech.com.au> wrote:
>>> I've just built a basic buildroot for my mini2440 ARM board and it
>>> successfully boots to the buildroot login: prompt.
>>> My problem is that I can't seem to login - I haven't touched any of
>>> the config files and looking at /etc/passwd|shadow the login should be
>>> root with a blank password?
>> Right, no password, just press enter.
>>> I've tried to login both from the serial console (which I set in the
>>> buildroot menu to /dev/ttySAC0) and the normal console with a usb
>>> keyboard - no luck.
>>> buildroot login: root
>>> Login incorrect
>> Are you sure that you haven't made any change to /etc/securetty ? It
>> must contain at least /dev/ttySAC0 to allow login as root from this
>> console. The default target skeleton has a /etc/securetty that contains
>> /dev/ttySAC0, so it should be ok, unless you made any change to the
>> skeleton, of course, or used a different skeleton.
>> Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons
>> Kernel, drivers, real-time and embedded Linux development, consulting,
>> training and support.
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