Posts by Zephalon

    SSH is working again, the user 'pi' was no longer part of the 'ssh' user group.

    [EDIT] I also got Samba user login working again :). I reinstalled it and added this smb.conf:

    workgroup = WORKGROUP
    security = user
    encrypt passwords = yes
    client min protocol = SMB2
    client max protocol = SMB3
    path = /home/pi
    read only = no

    Then I re-activated the user:

    sudo smbpasswd -a pi


    I tried OMV 5 on my Raspberry Pi 4 but I did not like the software and decided to use plain old Samba instead. But boy oh boy am I having fun removing it.

    I uninstalled it via apt-get and also reinstalled samba to reset the config file. Now there are only two things not working:

    • SSH: The login does not work anymore. I always could log in with the default user (pi) and my password. Remote Desktop does still work.
    • Samba Shares: I tried to re-mount my home folder (home/pi), but I don't have writing permissions anymore. I also can't use my user/password combination to get the rights to do so (does not match).

    I did not realize that OMV integrates deeply into the system so OF COURSE I have no backup. Is there some kind of guide how to reverse the changes to the user management? How can I login via SSH again?

    Thanks for your help!