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Revision [15230]

Last edited on 2014-12-19 17:55:32 by rlucassen [change: first login through telnet]
Additions:
Default //telnet// login after new installation is:
You need to access the box by using telnet:
telnet <ip address or hostname of the device>
===Example:===
telnet 192.168.65.247
Trying 192.168.65.247...
Connected to 192.168.65.247.
Escape character is '^]'.
openpli 4 et7x00
et7x00 login: root
//<enter a blank password here>//
root@et7x00:~#
//type the command "passwd"://
root@et7x00:~# passwd
Changing password for root
Enter the new password (minimum of 5 characters)
Please use a combination of upper and lower case letters and numbers.
New password:
Re-enter new password:
passwd: password changed.
root@et7x00:~# exit
Connection closed by foreign host.
//Ok, now the box is ready to be accessed by ssh://
ssh root@192.168.65.247
Warning: Permanently added 'p247,192.168.65.247' (RSA) to the list of known hosts.
root@p247's password:
root@et7x00:~#
Deletions:
Default login after new installation is:
===from ubuntu terminal===
type ssh root@<ip or host>
password: blank(if no password set) or password of box


Revision [4668]

Edited on 2013-03-22 13:36:21 by rkelly [change: first login through telnet]
Additions:
If you forgot your password or used an extension for changing it with PLI 3.0 you can clear the password by editing the first line in /etc/shadow which contains the hash of your password.
Deletions:
If you forgot your password or used an extension for changing it with PLI 3.0 you can clear the password by editing the first line in \etc\shadow which contains the hash of your password.


Revision [4667]

Edited on 2013-03-22 13:35:16 by rkelly [typo's rectified]
Additions:
Password: no password, leave blank
password: blank(if no password set) or password of box
Deletions:
Passwort: no password, leave blank
password: blank(if no paasword set) or password off box


Revision [4665]

Edited on 2013-03-09 14:10:26 by christophecvr [typo's rectified]
Additions:

===I forgot my password===
Deletions:
===I forgot my password===


Revision [4664]

Edited on 2013-03-09 14:09:33 by christophecvr [extra ubuntu]
Additions:
===from ubuntu terminal===
type ssh root@<ip or host>
password: blank(if no paasword set) or password off box
===I forgot my password===
Deletions:
===I forgot my password===


Revision [4658]

Edited on 2013-03-09 13:45:01 by christophecvr [corrected the not wanted removal]
Additions:
====SSH with OpenPLI====
SSH runs on OpenPLI by default. Just install a SSH client on your PC or Smartphone.
===Login===
Default login after new installation is:
Username: root
Passwort: no password, leave blank
===I forgot my password===
If you forgot your password or used an extension for changing it with PLI 3.0 you can clear the password by editing the first line in \etc\shadow which contains the hash of your password.
just delete the second parameter.
==example==
%%(language-ref)
root:.3nwZcSK66fbg:15617:0:99999:7::: \\with password:
%%
%%(language-ref)
root::15617:0:99999:7::: \\without password:
%%
Deletions:
====SFTP with OpenPLI 3.0====
===Installation===
Standard openpli uses dropbear for ssh.
Those who installed the full ssh are not concerned for this wiki
And will have the sftp running anyway if they installed all modules.

If you wan't to be able to acces your box trough sftp.

just first telnet or ssh you're box

then type :

opkg update
opkg install openssh-sftp-server

This will just install the required sftp-server module.
the module work's fine with the default pli's ssh.

===Accessing box from nautilus trough ssh===

First, If you tried this before the module was installed, you're box will have a wrong rsa key into known hosts. You will have to remove this key first. by :
Show hidden files
then open .ssh folder
remove known_hosts file.
Then just select from nautilus file menu make server connection
Set your box ip or hostname with .local extention.
Then select ssh
login root
password blank or the password of your box if you set one.
select connect
On the question the identy of the remote is unknown select login aniway.
That's all

===Accessing box with Gftp or Filezilla===

Filezilla
Just set box ip or host with .local extention.
login root
password xxx or blank
port 22
That's all.

Gftp
Just set box ip or host with .local extention.
login root
password xxx or blank
port 22
select SSH2




Revision [4657]

Edited on 2013-03-09 13:12:24 by christophecvr [extra]
Additions:
Filezilla
Gftp
select SSH2


Revision [4656]

Edited on 2013-03-09 13:10:44 by christophecvr [extra info]
Additions:
On the question the identy of the remote is unknown select login aniway.
===Accessing box with Gftp or Filezilla===
Just set box ip or host with .local extention.
password xxx or blank
port 22
That's all.
Deletions:
On the question the identy of the remote is unknown select login anaway.


Revision [4655]

Edited on 2013-03-09 13:00:26 by christophecvr [inserted the wiki]
Additions:
====SFTP with OpenPLI 3.0====
Standard openpli uses dropbear for ssh.
Those who installed the full ssh are not concerned for this wiki
And will have the sftp running anyway if they installed all modules.
If you wan't to be able to acces your box trough sftp.
just first telnet or ssh you're box
then type :
opkg update
opkg install openssh-sftp-server
This will just install the required sftp-server module.
the module work's fine with the default pli's ssh.
===Accessing box from nautilus trough ssh===
First, If you tried this before the module was installed, you're box will have a wrong rsa key into known hosts. You will have to remove this key first. by :
Show hidden files
then open .ssh folder
remove known_hosts file.
Then just select from nautilus file menu make server connection
Set your box ip or hostname with .local extention.
Then select ssh
login root
password blank or the password of your box if you set one.
select connect
On the question the identy of the remote is unknown select login anaway.
That's all
Deletions:
====SSH with OpenPLI====
SSH runs on OpenPLI by default. Just install a SSH client on your PC or Smartphone.
===Login===
Default login after new installation is:
Username: root
Passwort: no password, leave blank
===I forgot my password===
If you forgot your password or used an extension for changing it with PLI 3.0 you can clear the password by editing the first line in \etc\shadow which contains the hash of your password.
just delete the second parameter.
==example==
%%(language-ref)
root:.3nwZcSK66fbg:15617:0:99999:7::: \\with password:
%%
%%(language-ref)
root::15617:0:99999:7::: \\without password:
%%


Revision [4642]

Edited on 2012-10-05 22:50:08 by Weiti [typo]
Additions:
root::15617:0:99999:7::: \\without password:
Deletions:
root::15617:0:99999:7::: \\withwithout password:


Revision [4641]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2012-10-05 22:49:05 by Weiti [typo]
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