Re: Little help with configuration needed.
I've added "noautologin noxautologin" to boot command line but it still logins to user account after boot... what did I do wrong? My boot command line looks like this:
append initrd=/live/initrd1.img boot=live union=aufs persistent noautologin noxautologin
Would be grateful for help.
Dnia 15 kwietnia 2009 20:41 Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> napisał(a):
> Ja wrote:
> > how do I prevent debian live from automatically logging in into "user" account and whats the "user" account password?
> check manpage of live-initramfs.
> > Is it safe to delete this account and create new one to setup everything correctly?
> if you disable autologin and sudo through boot parameters, then yes.
> > Is debian live safe as a server or should I set something up (except sudoers, to ask for a password, and correct sshd setting)?
> apart from the things you mentioned, it's as safe as a non-life debian.
> > Is it ok to use NTFS harddrive for web server and mysql data?
> although ntfs-3g is pretty good these days for writing to ntfs
> partitions, i see no rational reason to use anything else than ext3
> assumed that you have the choice (and are not forced to use ntfs for
> some other reasons).
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