[BusyBox] sulogin without password?
kiranprashant at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 17 12:22:06 UTC 2005
I created a bootable disk with isolinux as a boot
loader which loads the kernel, extracts rootfs and
starts executing init. The init command uses the
/etc/inittab file to boot the system. the file
contents are as given below
In this case the sulogin prompts like this
Give root password for system maintenance (or type
Control-D for normal startup):
after giving the password it shows the prompt.
I have both the files /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow
Now the problem is, i want the sell prompt without
asking for the password.
How can i make the sulogin to give me the the shell
prompt with root privileges without asking for root
Or is there any other way instead of using the
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