Re: Recovery root command-line doesn't require password?
If this behaviour is a cause for concern (as I can imagine it is) it is simple to adjust. After you boot into your normal desktop, open a terminal and type after the prompt:You will be prompted for your own password to execute the command as root, and then for a password and asked to retype it to confirm. If succesful this will have changed the password for root. From now on when you drop to a root prompt by way of the boot menu you will be asked for the password you just entered.
Never upgrade your working system to the newest release without thorough testing on the actual hardware you will be running it on.
Never perform a system update in a live session
Installed Ubuntu Touch 1.0 on my Nexus 7. And loving it!