I'm sending a question here want it's now more than 6 months that I'm
to build a localised live CD of openSUSE with SuseStudio. Everything is fine
but I encounter a very big problem:
If I install the RPM Yast2-live-installer, the desktop file (on the desktop
or in the menu) asks via kdesu the live user for a root password. I've tried
many things (adding the user to sudoers, changing the parameters of the
desktop file, empty root password, etc...) but nothing does it right.
See here for a history:
When I run the official oS live CD, everything goes fine: no password asked.
So I ask the question to some openSUSE GURU's who build these
official live CD:
What's the secret of the live CD?
I can't imagine distributing a live CD that asks for a password to install
itself on the computer and I don't want to make unsafe things like
"autologin as root" (someone gave me that as solution).
Thank you in advance for your help.
Walloon translation team coordinator
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