On Thursday, 16 January 2020 10:14:42 PM NZDT Paul Eggleton wrote:
On Tuesday, 14 January 2020 4:37:29 AM NZDT Teemu K. wrote:
I have Yocto image that was originally made with Thud - version ofIs there an /etc/securetty file and if so what does it contain?
Yocto. It was working fine and I was able to login as root via serial
Then I updated Yocto to Warrior and now for some reason when I try to
login as root via serial console it says 'login incorrect' when I
enter 'root' as a user and press enter. It doesn't even ask any
passwords before saying that. I tried enabling debug-tweaks and still
the same. Can't login as a root.
I have another user that I can login just fine and with sudo I can
also use root access. I just can't login as root.
I looked through /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow and they looked okay. Has
something changed in Warrior regarding this? I tried googling, but
didn't find anything.
Or perhaps more reasonably, does it contain the name of the device you are
attempting to log in via?
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