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Friday, February 19, 2010

Giving password on grub

        In order to protect not just anyone can enter your system, use a password on grub, this is very useful for those of you who have files that are important in your computer system.

To do this follow the steps below:
1.Into the terminal and run the following command:
$ grub

2.At the terminal, type command md5crypt, then hit enter, fill in the password prompt with a password that you want, not long later, the grub will display the password that you fill in the encrypted state.

3.Edit the file / boot / grub / menu.lst by using the text editor you want, Put the following parameters under initrid, adjust these parameters, in accordance with md5 password encryption in the can before.

gksu gedit / boot / grub / menu.lst

4.When finished, save the file changes, and reboot, now every one will enter the operating system options that have been given a password parameter, the grub will ask for a password first, if entered passwords match, then you can immediately go into the operating system choices ..


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