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  • #41940

    maxp
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    Hi, how can I execute a remote command to zeroshell from ssh session (remote host)

    i mean “ssh root@zeroshellip ‘zeroshell local command’ “

    this works ok in other linux distros, but I supose dosn’t work in ZS ’cause admin text interface that loads when admin user login?

    is this possible to deactive this text interface for the admin/root user?

    thanks in advance

    best regards

    Max.

    #48814

    ppalias
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    I think it would be easier for you to create a new user with admin rights.

    #48815

    maxp
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    how can I do that?

    thanks in advance
    regards.

    Max.

    #48816

    giancagianca
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    To disable admin test interface change row in /etc/passwd

    from admin:x:0:0:root:/root:/root/kerbynet.cgi/scripts/localman
    to admin:x:0:0:root:/bin/sh.

    When you restart the configuration is lost.

    To save configuration copy modified file in /Database and copy in /etc with preboot script.

    Bye

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