Unraid OS version 6.9.0 available

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3 minutes ago, tuxbass said:

That's pretty much what i've been doing so far. In go file there's this section for ssh changes:


[[ -d "$_ssh" ]] || ln -s -- /boot/config/ssh "$_ssh"
find -L "$_ssh/" \( -type f -o -type d \) -exec chmod 'u=rwX,g=,o=' -- '{}' \+

sed --follow-symlinks -i '/^PermitEmptyPasswords.*/d' "$sshd_conf"
sed --follow-symlinks -i '/^PasswordAuthentication.*/d' "$sshd_conf"
echo 'PermitEmptyPasswords no' >> "$sshd_conf"
echo 'PasswordAuthentication no' >> "$sshd_conf"
# restart sshd service:
/etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart
### /sshd


Looks about right (for 6.8.3) though it is unnecessarily convoluted :D

and its wrong for 6.9 as discussed above.

So just put your authorized_keys file in /root/.ssh (which should now be symlinked to /boot/config/ssh/root)

make a copy of /etc/ssh/sshd_config in boot/config/ssh and edit that

then restart sshd with /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart which should make the new changes active



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3 hours ago, 6of6 said:

Unraid doesn't work.

It does for most people.

I understand it can be frustrating if you cannot do what you expect but simply saying that it does not work will not improve the situation.

We have nothing to work from to try solve issues you might have with Unraid.


Please make a post in General support explaining your issues in details.

What you expect to do, what step you took, what is happening in return ?

Pictures of errors can help.

Attaching your Diagnostics will also give us information to help you (Tools / Diagnostics).

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