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hello experts, i locked myself out of my nas, i can't logon anymore as root or any other user with su rights, due to messed up passwords the only thing ...
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    Unhappy locked myself out of the NAS, but crontab is available...


    hello experts,

    i locked myself out of my nas, i can't logon anymore as root or any other user with su rights, due to messed up passwords
    the only thing i can do, is to modify the cronjobs for the root account as it is exportet and imported via a script every hour;

    i am looking for a way to of either set the userpermissons of an existing user to root or to reset the rootpassword via the cronjobs
    anyone got an idea how to manage?

    thanks for you help,
    Klaus

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    what is the exact problem ??

    Lost password ? or wht ??

    anything can be fixed, by connecting this HDD with another system, and trouble shooting....

    why crontab ? what is that....

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