Has anyone figured out how to get SSH keys working (passwordless shell access) with DSM 7? It seems to operate differently than DSM 6 in this regard, and my searches haven't turned up anything new specific to DSM 7.
currently I am trying `rsync` from local to remote SynoNAS, failed, and discovered several strange settings:
At SynoNAS' root directory, bin/ is symbolically linked to /usr/bin ? same as yours? PS: DSM 6.2;
Where is your "vim", when you `which vim`, and the settings e.g...
I wanted to see whether Ansible can be used on DSM :) Modifying the os and installing containers is a no brainer with Ansible. I thought maybe this might be a nice way to setup docker containers, reverse proxy configs and whatever the heart desires.
So far, I wrote a bash script that performs...
Hello, I see I can find the IP addresses of UNsuccessful logins at. /var/log/auth.log but when a successful login happens it does not record the IP address.
Is there another way I can find the IP address of SUCCESSUFL SSH logins?
First, you need to SSH into your NAS.
When you are in your NAS with the user you want the ID for, just type id and hit Enter.
Now you'll get something like this:
uid=1031(your_nas_user) gid=100(users) groups=100(users), 101(administrators)
From that, you can read your UID is 1031, user group...
In DSM go to Control Panel > Terminal & SNMP > Terminal tab
Check Enable SSH service and set your port (it is strongly recommended not to use port 22, but to change it to something else).
Open Terminal (Mac) (on Windows machine open CMD (Command Prompt) or PuTTY program for instance) and...
I just notice I cannot change vi color scheme ( :colorscheme ... only default) , while ssh into SynoNAS via Ubuntu within Windows 10.
can anyone help, where are the color scheme and even if I could install/restore them or update vi in SynoNAS?