Difference between revisions of "Access MOD using SSH"

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* user "root"  
 
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* password "mod".
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History is disabled by default, if you need it run this and re-login:
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touch ~/.bash_history
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File system is mounted read only. If you need to remount it in Read/write mode, do the following:
 
File system is mounted read only. If you need to remount it in Read/write mode, do the following:

Latest revision as of 15:57, 27 June 2020

If you are a linux heavy user, you might want to access your MOD via SSH. Yes, you can do this.

SSH connection is open by default:

  • user "root"
  • password "mod".

History is disabled by default, if you need it run this and re-login:

touch ~/.bash_history

File system is mounted read only. If you need to remount it in Read/write mode, do the following:

mount / -o remount,rw

WARNING: Great power comes with great responsibility. Changing things inside your MOD can be dangerous, only try this if you really know what you are doing!

Anyway, if something goes really wrong, you can always recover your MOD.