Bug#658968: debian-installer: permits install with out configuring root password
The option was definitely there... I just never visited it :(
On Feb 7, 2012, at 10:05 PM, "Christian PERRIER" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Quoting Sam Bingner (email@example.com):
>> I did it again to test, and it was because I did expert to enable the network console installer component that I was able to bypass it. If I do not do an expert install it does not give the selection menu.
>> I suppose that is understandable, but a warning would still be nice... if you want I'll go ahead and do another expert install and skip that... but I think that was the information you were missing to understand.
> OK, then if you're running an expert install, you should go back to
> the installer's main menu after each step. And, then, there should be
> a "Set users and passwords" entry. I would have said that one has to
> complete it at some point because some other steps require it to be
> What you seem to suggest is that you actually never went to that
> step. Do you remember if you saw that option or not in the main
> installer menu?