Let me start by saying, I'm an idiot. I was trying to make my own version of remote reboot via lighttpd. I got it working… kinda. Now every time lighttpd starts, it triggers a reboot; not exactly what I had in mind. Anyway, since lighttpd starts on boot up, I've caused an infinite loop of rebooting. Anyone have any ideas how I can break the reboot cycle?
Is this a single or double disk drive? If it is a single or you have a double setup in mirror then simply get a sata to usb adapter and plug it into your computer and change the files needed. If it is a double and you have it setup in stripe mode (this is the default) then you can try to install ubuntu or run it in a Virtual machine and then try to mount the raid and change the files.
The first option is the easiest of course.
Thanks for the quick reply! It is a single disk (1TB). I didn't think about the adapter (duh). I was stuck on having to buy a complete enclosure to get at the files. You just saved me a few bucks! Thanks again!
No worries, I screwed up mine a while back and had to do the same thing, but I had a usb mybook here so i just swapped the drive into that enclose and got it running.