Boot up msg [SOLVED]

ebolisa

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Hi,

At boot I get the msg below, which file is containing that info so I can fix it or, where can I start searching?

TIA
Using a Distation unit

login as: admin
[email protected]'s password:
Could not chdir to home directory /var/services/homes/admin: No such file or directory
 


Alexzee

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Hi,

At boot I get the msg below, which file is containing that info so I can fix it or, where can I start searching?

TIA
Using a Distation unit
Evidently you can't change directory to /var/services/homes/admin because there is no such file or directory, it doesn't exist. And, /homes is not a normal /home directory.

Are you using SSH Keys as a user other than root?
If you are that could be part of your problem.
You have to create a home folder and a ssh folder.
See the link below.

What distro are you running and...........
Does your distro boot regardless of that message?

 

ebolisa

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Hi,

I'm running it on DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2 and I use Putty to connect as root. If I try to connect as an user, the system kicks me out.

However, I can connect through https://192.168.0.250:5001 as admin or as an user ok.

Other than that, the unit works just fine.
 

ebolisa

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Part 2: (I hit post instead of enter)

The link you posted applies to my case but I cannot follow it as I don't have the same option on step one: "Go to Control Panel > User > User Home "

Thank you.
 

Alexzee

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You're Welcome

What operating system are you using?
 

Alexzee

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Linux 3.2.40 armv7l

I finally managed to create homes directories and that solved my "problem".
Thanks again.
That's great news! ;)
Glad I could be of help.

When you get a chance go back to the very first thread you made and mark it Solved.
 


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