Here is the line I added in /etc/passwd
As my user when I try to create a password, after typing and retyping what I want I get the error "passwd: Cannot change ID to root." I get this error even when I suid root /usr/bin/passwd (actually I just suid root /bin/busybox since that's what passwd points to).
I would like some security on my system since I've had a PDA stolen before with some pretty sensitive information on it. What am I missing here?
PS: when I try to change my user's password as root, passwd says everything's ok, so I log out and log back in as my user and I didn't have to type my password in.