Re: Set root password will not install sudo

2020-02-05 Thread Andy Simpkins
You also have a user account as well. So you can, and should, log in using that. On 5 February 2020 01:22:56 GMT, ykla wrote: >If you set root password when you installs debian, then system will not >install package sudo. But debian ban root login default. So install CD >should install sudo

Re: Debootstrap Aarch64 base system.not include package haveged

2020-02-05 Thread Andy Simpkins
What are the many errors you are seeing? From what I recall things take a while (in the case of some platforms without a HRND enabled that can be several hours) to buuld up enough entropy before some services (such as sshd) can successfully start. I agree that havegd will help here. But is

Re: Default security sources are slow very much.

2020-02-05 Thread Andy Simpkins
Sorry. No. It isn't safe to mirror security patches because we can not assure the integrity of the updates on a mirror server. We are aware that bandwidth is limited either for financial or geographic reasons.This is why you can install from local media without network access. However