I am using a Live-USB with U10.04 with Persistence enabled on it;
One of the limitations of such a system is that a lot of 'deep' configs get re-set in a reboot; in my case, /etc/init/tty[1-6].conf
are back to log 6 ubuntu
users on @ubuntu
hosts on TTY 1 to 6 (using upstart here, no inittab to be found).
How can I script the startup of these consoles from AFTER I log my non-standard user (read: not the passwordless ubuntu live user) ?
/sbin/getty 38800 tty[consolenumber] -or also:
/bin/login -f [username] </dev/tty[consolenumber] > /dev/tty[consolenumber] 2>&1
to no real avail - including wrongly registering keyboard input.
As of now, I just moved away all the /etc/init/tty*.conf files; bothers me since I have no extra consoles anymore.