Cannot connect into Root, password acces denied
Hi, i see on the real opensolaris web site that is attemp some more of 1000 people. After my installation, i reboot and i connect to my account with the same password from the installation. After, i want to connect my laptop to my wireless connection but its asking my the root, i enter the same password from the login screen but don't work at all. Testing other like : User : root ; Password : opensolaris or jack jack... don't work at all.
After reboot on one of my ubuntu (yes i use some multiboot like 3 ubuntu, w7, Hackintosh iatkos s3v2 and Opensuse) I found on the wiki of opensolaris some user mod command. I reboot on opensolaris, open session, open terminal and does the following command :
#usermod -R root username
I work and its ask for reboot or log out, i log out. Reopen the session and don't work (damn!).
I use the b plan :
#rolemod -K type=normal root
Acces denied, you don't have the permission...
I cannot say exactly the same word of the terminal because internet don't work and i cannot acces zfs partition on ubuntu maverick and mount other file system on openindiana because it don't found one...
Updated by Olivier Pinard almost 11 years ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 50
Yata !!! (Japanese traduction : I did it !!!)
First I cannot mount my partition on live dvd. I boot the last installation on hdd. And i loggin my session. Open terminal, does
- sudo -s
I type the new password for fgt1 (me)
root# passwd root
Type the new password for the root.
Test it and work !!!
Now I have root permission.
Finally, I think it is a problem on the installation program for cryption on /ect/shadow
I think than the bug be at 50 % :D
My problem was result but not for other !!!
Updated by Matt Wilby almost 11 years ago
- Category changed from Security to Caiman (Installer)
- Status changed from New to In Progress
- Assignee changed from Matt Wilby to Guido Berhörster
- Priority changed from Low to Normal
Thanks for the update. I've repeated the issue. Seems to be installer related.
'sudo passwd root' to change root's passwd.
Possible dupe of issue #204 as had to do 'usermod -P "Primary Administrator" username' before pfexec would work as normal user.