NOTE: Synology restricts SSH/Telnet connections to members of the Administrators group on any particular Synology device. If you don’t already have a git -access-specific user with administrator privileges, it is a good time to create one.

Synology SSH setup for NAS connection » domalab Synology SSH connection setup. From Synology Desktop > Control Panel > Terminal & SNMP utility the option to control and enable the Synology SSH Server. Next is to enable the SSH service and decide which port for the SSH service to listen to. Port 22 is the default one and for security it might be a good idea to choose a different one. Backing up Windows computers to a Synology NAS via SSH and Jan 04, 2012 linux - Log in to SSH without home directory Synology I have a failed volume on my Synology NAS. In DSM6 they have 'removed' the root user. - the only user which doesn't have a home dir. To recover, we need to log into ssh. When we log in as admin, it disconnects immediately because the home dir doesn't exist which is obvious since the volume is …

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Synology scp command via the terminal explains the steps to secure copy a folder to another NAS folder via the scp command. The scp command is executed in a terminal session that's why SSH must be enabled on the Synology NAS. Be careful running the terminal commands because files and folders can be deleted, running the commands is at your own risk. command line - How to get coloured terminal over ssh ssh -t my_host my_command -t was the key. Explained:-t Force pseudo-tty allocation. This can be used to execute arbitrary screen-based programs on a remote machine, which can be very useful, e.g. when implementing menu services. Multiple -t options force tty allocation, even if ssh has no local tty. login - Synology DSM - Can't log as root (but works with $ cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh admin@192.168.1.10 'umask 077; cat >>/tmp/authorized_keys' After that login to your Synology as admin and become root: $ ssh admin@192.168.1.10 admin@192.168.1.10's password: admin@My-Synology:/$ sudo -i Password: No create the .ssh directory for root, move your key and change the owner of that file: Running a Git Server on your Synology NAS · William Spies