Re: Unslung root password
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kai Steinbach
> On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 22:52:33 +0000 (UTC), Fernando <castylx@y...>wrote:
> > > On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 13:35:09 -0000, David Edge <dna86@> wrote:with
> > > > I just switched to the unslung firmware and am attempting to
> > > > establish a telnet connection. The readme file says to login
> > > > username "root" and a password of "uNSLUng". I keep gettinga message
> > > > of "login incorrect". Any ideas?that you
> > >
> > > The readme also says to have no disks attached at the time
> > > establish the telnet connection.what's going on
> > >
> > > (Unslinging Details, step 0, second line)
> > I'm getting the exact same problem, has anyone checked out
> > with this? It also said to login to 192.168.1.77, but I endedup logging into
> > my old IP Address 192.168.1.200.NSLU2
> Hello Fernando
> the IP address thing is correct: during the unslung process your
> will always remember what IP it has been configured to before that.the
> There might be an opportunity to have that pointed out better in
> readme file.as
> However, I cannot reproduce the root password problem. Basically,
> long as the NSLU2 boots *and runs* with NO drives attached, thewill
> unslung password "uNSLUng" will work.
> As soon as I attach any of my 2 drives, the drive's passwd file
> be used. To be explicit: it doesn't take a reboot for the passworddrive attached.
> "uNSLUng" to be invalid - hooking the drive to the slug and it will
> use the disk's password immediately.
> Here is what works well for me during the unsling procedure:
> 1. after flashing the image, reboot with no drive attached
> 2. enable telnet via web interface - still no drive attached.
> 3. telnet into the slug using the password "uNSLUng" - still no
> 4. NOW add the external disk ...Hi Kai,
> Hope this helps.
Thanks for the prompt reply. I was having problems when I went
to enable telnet via the web interface. I got around that by using
login: admin password: admin. Once I did that I was able to enable
telnet and use the "uNSLUng" password to login. I guess my problem
was that I couldn't use the uNSLUng password to enable telnet, but
no problem, everything is working great now!