as i attempted to fix errors i get setting up a ftp, i was dumb and edited the /etc/passwd file.
what i did..
default:x:1000:1000:Default non-root user:/home/default:/bin/sh
i edited my user ID i guess, the http config (User Management) reports this when i try to delete my account.
Error Code:: f00027
User ID out of range
it became a problem when i loged off the ftp, my ssh client automaticly logged out (like it kept doing when not in use) i could not get back into the ftp.
its like everything locked me out because i attempted to hack my own device. lol
now i cant get into ssh or FTP, and can not delete the user.
i cant get root access. so i am almost screwed. how can i hack this now??
then, i bricked it when i switched to raid mode, this is the error
Error Code:: f00018
Failed to find uid in passwd file
what do i do?? please help,
thanks in advance!!