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abhayadevs
28-Oct-2014, 14:46
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Hi,

I have a embedded system which uses SystemV init scripts and
filesystem with kernel 2.6.27.

Now, planning to upgrade kernel to 3.11.10 and for that I need to
upgrade/deisgn new SystemV scripts/file system.

I am using kernel from OpenSuse 13.10 but this system is using
Systemd init.

So, just wanted to check anybody already using 3.x kernel with
SystemV system?

Thanks,
Abhay


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ab
28-Oct-2014, 15:59
Considering the future appears to be systemd with every major distro, you
may have better luck going ahead and creating a systemd profile for your
service. Having an old sys-v init script may still work too, particularly
on openSSUSE 13.1 yet.

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abhayadevs
12-Nov-2014, 12:06
Hi,

I have managed to bring up a new NFS file system. I copied required
files from the original installation and created the new one with < 1GB
of size.

Now, I am using files from /etc as is and now. When trhe new machine
boots up using this NFS file system, it is not accepting password. Now i
am unable to login.

For some reason OpenSuse is not allowing "single" user login !

How can i reset the password?


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ab
12-Nov-2014, 13:25
This sounds like a new issue. You may want to start a new thread in order
to get the attention of those with specific skills in the area you are now
addressing since many scan topics by subject and I do not think your
current subject matches your current need/issue.

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