Short version of:
Archivebox Docker superuser root issues
[!] ArchiveBox should never be run as root!
The INIT line is in case you set up this docker for the first time. If you already have entered the INIT command, I don;t think you have to do it again.
- Open the UNraid Terminal
- Enter (Optional, see previous note)
docker exec -it --user archivebox archivebox bash
archivebox manage createsuperuser
Credits to “emiliobool” for their comment on April 25, 2021 @ https://github.com/ArchiveBox/ArchiveBox/issues/395
Seeing there was some SSL beepboop going on, hereby some links to help out.
General data : https://ipwhoisinfo.com/
Captain Mail server check: https://multirbl.valli.org/lookup/
It is very simple to look up the used passwords for wifi connections on your computer:
netsh wlan show profiles
netsh wlan show profile name=TypeOneOfTheListedSSIDsHere key=clear
One day, a friendly wolf said:
so all you need is a usb stick with a windows 10 installer, boot to that, click “Repair my pc” after it asks you for the language -> open the troubleshooter -> open the command line interface
then switch to the C drive
then cd Windows\System32\
rename osk.exe osk.old|
rename cmd.exe osk.exe
close and boot windows normally
click the On-Screen-Keyboard which now opens cmd.exe
net user “username” *
type new password
make sure undo your rename of the cmd.exe and osk.exe things after you’re done
WARNING. As explained on the “About” page that this is a blog based on my notes, whether they fail or not. So proceed at your own risk.
My Zyxel router currently has firmware version 1.00(AAKL.14)C0 and since Zyxel is a good boye, they keep their devices up to date. Like all manufacturers should do IMO.
- Aquire all the firmware files that are available by going to ftp://ftp.zyxel.com/VMG8324-B10A/
- Remove the files that are older than your current firmware, in my case v.14
- BACK UP YOUR CURRENT FIRWARE AND SETTINGS
- Apply ALL updates one by one. Do not skip versions.
Add user: adduser [username]
Change password: passwd [username]