ianc at microsol.iinet.net.au
Wed Sep 22 02:13:35 UTC 2004
We use RTEMS 4.5.0, with telnet and the shell, but just having a quick
look at the 4.6.1 code, it is pretty much the same.
The usernames and passwords are stored in a file called passwd located
If you don't have a full file system, or the passwd file does not exist
it is created on startup with the defaults of:
root <no password>
rtems <no password>
Note: <no password> means just hit enter when you get to the password
In the 4.6.1 tree, this is all done in the file:
Function init_etc_passwd_group sets up this file. Note the passwd file
is similar (maybe identical) to a *nix passwd file, and in this case a *
indicates no password.
When you are logging into telnetd, I assume in the standard system, you
are logging into the shell. The shell files are located at:
Just look in shell.c for the login procedure.
I hope this helps.
Steve Holle wrote:
> I think I've got telnet running but I'm having trouble getting past the
> How do I set passwords?
> What is the default password?
> Steve Holle
> Link Communications, Inc.
> 1035 Cerise Rd.
> Billings, MT 59101
> sholle at link-comm.com
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