Re: Slind user/pass
Could be that you need to modify /dev/??? in /etc/inittab ?
2006/11/28, Manuel Villar <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>> AFAIK, this means that root user has no password as it should be.
>Exactly, and that is the behaviour I've always experienced.
>How do you try to log on? Via serial?
Yes, I try to log via the i.MX serial ports.
>Are you sure you did not modify nfsroot at all?
I made two modifications to nfsroot, but don't think these should interfere with login process:
a) I added /lib/modules/<my kernel string name>/... where I added the kernel modules
b) I added /dev/ttySMX0 & /dev/ttySMX1 which major number 204 and minor 41,42 which are the device nodes of the i.MX serial ports. I also removed /dev/ttyS0 and ln'd it to /dev/ttySMX0 as I was getting errors saying "Bummer can't open /dev/ttyS0". After doing these changes, the login screen appeared, not before.
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