Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread v
It didn't work. It is still giving the same syntax error... -- This message posted from opensolaris.org ___ zones-discuss mailing list zones-discuss@opensolaris.org

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread Ethan Quach
v wrote: SunOS Release 5.11 Version snv_111b 32-bit Copyright 1983-2009 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved. Use is subject to license terms. Hostname: zone1 Reading ZFS config: done. Mounting ZFS filesystems: (6/6) root_password=fto/dU8MKwQR Is this encrypted string missing a

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread v
I don't think so... It looks like it works: http://blogs.sun.com/observatory/en_US/entry/zones_and_crossbow1 -- This message posted from opensolaris.org ___ zones-discuss mailing list zones-discuss@opensolaris.org

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread Nicholas Senedzuk
I wonder if there is an extra space at the end of the line or some other non visible character. On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 1:44 PM, v varolkay...@gmail.com wrote: I don't think so... It looks like it works: http://blogs.sun.com/observatory/en_US/entry/zones_and_crossbow1 -- This message posted

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread v
Well, I typed it myself instead of copying and pasting it. It still gives the same error. In the error, it says the error is in position 15, which is the character f right after the equal sign. I tried putting quotation marks, but it still didn't like it. -- This message posted from

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread Ethan Quach
v wrote: I don't think so... It looks like it works: http://blogs.sun.com/observatory/en_US/entry/zones_and_crossbow1 I would validate with that blogger if that sysidcfg had actually been validated. If you look a little lower in the blog, the sysidcfg file failed to get get consumed by

Re: [zones-discuss] sysidcfg - root password

2009-08-26 Thread Edward Pilatowicz
are you running opensolaris? if so, i'm guessing that the problem is the format of the hashed password. by default, solaris version = 10 and nevada use crypt for hashing passwords, but opensolaris uses SHA256. these settings seem to be controlled via /etc/security/policy.conf. just search for