Changing the default shell in casper
- Subject: Changing the default shell in casper
- From: juergen at fiedlerfamily.net (Juergen Fiedler)
- Date: Mon Apr 2 18:03:37 2007
- Message-id: <20070402180323.GE12619@fiedlerfamily.net>
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On Thu, Mar 29, 2007 at 11:49:53AM +0200, Marco Amadori wrote:
> Alle 06:15, gioved?? 29 marzo 2007, Juergen Fiedler ha scritto:
> > I tried adding a custom /etc/default/useradd to the chroot; it is
> > on the live system, but casper doesn't seem to be using useradd.
> Casper installs and
> uses //usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/casper-bottom/10adduser
> > The casper documentation isn't
> > very helpful when it comes to that, either.
> You could always patch anything at runtime with a script
> in /etc/init.d/custom, linked with update-rc.d .
I ended up just modifying the root account to use zsh and logging in
as root all the time, but I got much use out of the idea of using
/etc/init.d/custom - and I'm still expanding on that :)
Thank you very much,
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