Re: Passwordless root shell is offered when boot problem occurs.
Thank You for Your time and answer, Arno:
>> Thank You for Your time and answer, Arno:
>> > a) locking the root account (passwd -l root), which will give you
>> > "sulogin: root account is locked, starting shell"
>> That's the point - sudo is used on the system and the root account is
Sorry. I did misunderstand You there.
What is 'que'?
How I can set password when root account is blocked - in favor of
requiring sudo user's password?