On Wednesday 19 July 2006 09:39, proftpd@... wrote:
> > > I'm succesfully load shell login program from Rescue
> > CD,
> > > and enter username root, but invitation for entering
> > > password, immediately after I'm type root and press
> > enter a
> > > message 'invalid login' emerge.
> > Several users have reported that problem. Unfortunately,
> > you didn't specify
> > the Linux distro, kernel, Bacula, and Rescue versions
> > numbers so I cannot
> > offer any help without that info.
> I'm creating 2 CD on 2 systems.
> FC5, kernel 2.6.16-1.2111_FC5, bacula-rescue: 1.8.6,
> bacula: 1.38.11
The above doesn't currently work either because we broke the rescue code or
more likely because FC5 changed something -- basically, it looks like they
require initramfd, which for the moment rules out my experimental code.
At some point, I expect the new experimental code (using mkcdrec) will support
Fedora, but either the author of mkcdrec must make it work, or I must tweak
it ... For the moment mkcdrec only produces init ram disk boots and not init
ram filesystem boots (big difference).
> AltLinux2.2, kernel 2.4.26-std-up-alt6, bacula-rescue:
> 1.8.6, bacula: 1.38.11
It might be interesting to try the above system using my new experimental
code. If that interests you, please let me know, and I'll write a little
documentation since the locations of the files are different, then I'll post
the new code on my web site where you can download it. On my SuSE machine,
it builds, and boots perfectly fine, but I have not yet tried running Bacula
to recover the system.
> I'm try to use early versions of bacula - rescue and create
> CD at 3rd maching with RedHatAS4(upd3), kernel 2.6.9-5.EL
> Thanks for help