Bug #5038

After changing password in webui login is not possible anymore

Added by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago. Updated 28 days ago.

Status:NewStart date:2018-03-26
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:

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Category:User Interface
Target version:-
Found in version:4.4.20180116-1 (Synology) Affected Versions:

Description

I changed the password of user in WebUi.
Accessing the TV recording services with Kodi using the new password is working.
Access to WebUI with new (and old) password is not working anymore.

History

#1 Updated by Jaroslav Kysela about 1 month ago

Did you try to reload page?

#2 Updated by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago

I reloaded the page and even cleared the browser cache.

#3 Updated by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago

Is is possible to change the password via ssh?

#4 Updated by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago

Is there any way to reset the password without going through the hassle of setting up the whole system again.
Please help.

I tried editing the startup file and entering "-C". But this had no effect.
I added another user in the sc-media group.

#5 Updated by Mark Clarkstone about 1 month ago

Modify the superuser file.

See here

#6 Updated by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago

Hi Mark,
Thanks for the feedback.
It seems that the Synology distribution has modified the folder location.
I cannot find the folder.

#7 Updated by Martin Klayer about 1 month ago

After a lot of googling a found the folders but the superuser file approach does not work.
This is take so much of my precious time, it is so super frustating.

#8 Updated by Martin Klayer 28 days ago

No answer after 30 days.
Do i really have to repeat the daunting installation process?

There are so many "enhancements" in tvheadend. But a simple process to reset the user password is not existing. I cannot believe this.

#9 Updated by Jaroslav Kysela 28 days ago

Unfortunately, the synology packaging scheme is too much different from the standard Linux distributions, so we cannot give you more hints. There's also '--noacl' command argument to ignore all user/password checks to let to fix your issue. Note that this argument should not be used in the standard environment. Also, you may upload your 'accesscontrol' and 'passwd' directories (from the main config dir) for analysis, but this way, you uncover your credentals. It maybe better to ask on a forum where someone is using tvheadend on synology.

#10 Updated by Martin Klayer 28 days ago

Thanks Jaroslav for the hint with the '--noacl' parameter.
I was able to login and change the password of the user.

I realized that one cannot use '$' within the password.
Using a '$' I received the strange behavior I described above.
This seems to be a bug probably only in the Synology package.

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