Lately my machine's authentication system broke twice: once because I messed up with PAM/LDAP and the other one because I messed up with
In order to recover things I had to boot from a live system, but I found it quite annoying (longer boot times, on the live system I had a different kernel, different insalled tools and so on).
Since I'm having lots of fun with PAM/LDAP in these days (...) this is likely to happen again. I was thus thinking of permanently putting
/sbin/sulogin -p on
tty1, instead of
/etc/inittab, in order to be able to log in even if something brokes. At least in some circumstances.
Is it safe to do that, or is there any side effect?
I need to specify that other people can physically log in on this machine.