I'm booting a Debian live system from USB(debian 5.0.3). My syslinux append parameters are:
initrd=/live/initrd.img union=aufs persistent noprompt ip=frommedia boot=live noautologin noxautologin quickreboot nouser
When I cat /proc/cmdline I get all those parameters, plus BOOT_IMAGE=/live/vmlinuz
The problem is when I boot, the default user is still created and I am auto logged-in. I thought the 'noautologin' and 'noxautologin' should stop that, and 'nouser' should stop the default user from being added to the system. I also thought that 'noprompt' should stop the system from asking me to remove the USB key on reboot, but I had to add the 'quickreboot' for that to happen.
The ip=frommedia works, persistence works, its just the noautologin that seems broken. Are those old parameters? Do I need to list them in a specific order? Or is this not possible with a live boot?
I've also found some Policy configs that I've tried, still no luck though.