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Setting a GRUB password
You can set up a password to prevent unauthorized users from accessing the GRUB command line, modifying kernel command-line arguments, or booting non-default OSTree deployments.
Creating the password hash
You can use `grub2-mkpasswd-pbkdf2` to create a password hash for GRUB.
$ grub2-mkpasswd-pbkdf2
Enter password: <PASSWORD>
Reenter password: <PASSWORD>
PBKDF2 hash of your password is grub.pbkdf2.sha512.10000.5AE6255...
`grub2-mkpasswd-pbkdf2` tool is a component of the `grub2-tools-minimal` package on Fedora.
Butane config
With the password hash ready, you can now create the Butane config.
The Butane `grub` section requires Butane spec version `1.5.0-experimental`. After spec 1.5.0 is stabilized, version `1.5.0-experimental` will no longer be accepted by Butane, so Butane configs will need to be updated to replace `1.5.0-experimental` with `1.5.0`. In addition, the corresponding Ignition config version will no longer be accepted by Ignition, so Ignition configs will need to be regenerated with a new version of Butane.
variant: fcos
version: 1.5.0-experimental
grub:
users:
- name: root
password_hash: grub.pbkdf2.sha512.10000.5AE6255...
The Butane config defines a GRUB superuser `root` and sets the password for that user using a hash.
You can now use this config to boot a Fedora CoreOS instance.