[Grml] Problem with grml autoconfig

Bojan Sukalo shukalo83 at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 5 15:50:05 CEST 2011

Thank You.

That helped a lot.

I know we supposed to finish this thread and start another but I need hint a bout ssh server.

Starting an sshd from script does the job but I have problem because root password is empty so I not access the server.

Is there a workaroud. bootoption ssh:mysecret does not seem to start the sshd or to change password for grml user.

Even if it does, will I abe able to change from grml to root without knowing the root pass.

What would be the solution here?

From: Lupe Christoph <lupe at lupe-christoph.de>
To: Bojan Sukalo <shukalo83 at yahoo.com>
Cc: "grml at mur.at" <grml at mur.at>
Sent: Monday, September 5, 2011 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: [Grml] Problem with grml autoconfig

On Monday, 2011-09-05 at 01:28:29 -0700, Bojan Sukalo wrote:

> So I have openvpn folder with all the necesary stuff, I formatted usb stick in following way:
> 1. 3GB FAT32 wiht grml on it (grml2usb --bootoptions="nodhcp")        /dev/sdb1
> 2 1GB ext3 with GRMLCFG label with scripts dir and inside it grml.sh script  /dev/sdb5

The grml.sh must be in the root of the filesystem, AFAIK. At least
that's what works for me(TM). I use about the same setup (except that I
use a physical partition for GRMLCFG).

Lupe Christoph
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