Busybox Login problem since kernel 2.6.12
i have created a small linux distribution using busybox 1.00 and linux
kernel 2.6.8 on cd-rom some time ago. There is no support for loadable
modules, everything is compiled into the kernel. I have updated the
kernel to version 188.8.131.52 and everything did fine. Since kernel 2.6.12
(i tried 184.108.40.206) i can no longer login. After entering the user
(root) and the password the system doesn't provide a shell, instead it
asks for the user again. What could be the cause for this problem ??
Switching back to 2.6.11, 2.6.10,...,2.6.8 solves the problem, but i
would like to use more recent kernels.
Thanks in advance and have a nice weekend,
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