Running Octo4a (OctoPrint for Android) on my Samsung Galaxy Note8 phone. Everything has been fine and working perfectly. I just discovered that I can SSH into the phone from Windows and got that working as well for root. After adding the line "AllowUsers admin" to the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file to allow access, I rebooted the phone. Now when I try to SSH in as root I'm getting "permission denied". I can't log in as admin either. Since I can't get in, I can't undo the changes I made. I tried resetting the password in Octo4a and rebooting again, but no joy. Is there something else I can do to reset it? I don't "require" SSH access, but it was nice to know I could do it if I needed to. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!
I tried resetting the password in Octo4a and rebooting again. I disabled SSH access in Octo4a and reenabled it also. No change, still denied. I cleared the password, same.
No. Octoprint itself runs just fine.
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octoprint-systeminfo-20220108204636.zip (18.3 KB)
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Running Octo4a build 1.0.4 (Alpine Linux) on Samsung Galaxy Note8
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