And another one: what's the secret of the live installer removing the
live-user "linux" and its directory during the live installation? Is
this an option in the control.xml from yast?
2010/1/18 Stephan Kulow <coolo(a)novell.com>
Am Sonntag 17 Januar 2010 schrieb Jean Cayron:
I'm sending a question here want it's now more than 6 months that I'm
trying 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
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.
The "secret" of the live installer is that root has no password on the
official live cd. I don't know studio, so I can't help you how to achieve that
though - the kiwi config has this detail in the config.sh.
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