> I am logging via openssh. Checked the var/log/messages couldn't find anything related to openssh
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Westerhof <mwester@...> wrote:
>> vi_sharan wrote:
>>> I have connected a second 500GB Seagate USB Drive to my disk2 port. After sometime I start getting Access denied when I try logging on to my slug....Until I remove this disk2 & reboot it wont let me in...
>>> the disk2 is ext 3 format....
>> I'm going to take a guess here that you are running Unslung. Perhaps
>> you have run into the issue described in the section on the wiki about
>> which port to use? (You'll have to search; I don't have the page handy).
>> If that's not it, then you'll have to provide additional information.
>> Where do you see this message? Are you logging in via telnet, ssh, or
>> web server? What firmware? What, precisely, do you mean by "the dis2
>> is ext 3 format" -- did you format it on the slug using the Unslung web
>> gui, or was it formatted on another Linux system?
>> -Mike (mwester)
I'm still betting that you are running into the issue described in the
wiki -- you can't add a second disk device to an already-unslung system
unless you planned for it from the beginning. I think the wiki outlines
the issue, and may provide some work-arounds. In a nutshell, when you
add a second natively-formatted hard drive to the Linksys firmware, most
configurations will end up with the new disk's config partition
replacing the existing config partition, which causes all sorts of havoc.