Re: [pfSense-discussion] pfSense 2.0 ssh login question

2010-12-02 Thread Harald Jenny
On Thu, Dec 02, 2010 at 07:39:52AM -0500, Andrew C Burnette wrote: root (old history, but still valid) needs a shell that's statically built (e.g. no linked libraries). In case a library disappears or in the default *nix/*bsd distro the /usr partition doesn't mount, you can still log in and

[pfSense-discussion] pfSense 2.0 ssh login question

2010-12-01 Thread Harald Jenny
Dear list members, I'm currently playing with pfSense 2.0 an was wondering how to change the default shell for the root login - apperently just using chsh on the rw mounted cf is not enough to do change shell from /bin/sh to /bin/tcsh. What did I miss? Kind regards Harald Jenny

Re: [pfSense-discussion] pfSense 2.0 ssh login question

2010-12-01 Thread Harald Jenny
Subject: [pfSense-discussion] pfSense 2.0 ssh login question Dear list members, I'm currently playing with pfSense 2.0 an was wondering how to change the default shell for the root login - apperently just using chsh on the rw mounted cf is not enough to do change shell from /bin/sh to /bin