guest1 wrote:i dont know why, but, the root got the default pwd netgear1.
SiegeX wrote:I should note that in the 'Installed Add-ons' in frontview, I do not see anything listed referring to SSH
SiegeX wrote:What recourse do I have besides a factory reset, and will a factory reset touch any of the data on my disks?
guest1 wrote:i got it. i dont know why, but, the root got the default pwd netgear1...
MDGMs-macbook:~ MDGM$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Linux MDGM-NAS 220.127.116.11ReadyNAS #1 Tue Jun 9 18:34:15 PDT 2009 padre unknown
Enter new UNIX password:
Retype new UNIX password:
passwd: password updated successfully
Thanks for the tip regarding password change via SSH. It worked like a charm. Learn something new everyday.
mdgm wrote:Go to System > Config Backup and download a zip of the configuration. Unzip the file and go to the /etc/shadow file. Modify the line for root to be the same as the line for admin except for the username of course. zip the config backup up again and restore using Frontview.
SiegeX wrote:That is an awesome tip
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