store-passwd.sh for the D-Link DNS-320 Sharecenter Pulse

The D-Link DNS-320 needs a different store-passwd.sh than the one supplied with Fonz fun_plug. Basically it is very simple if you look at the contents:

#!/ffp/bin/sh
 
echo "Saving Userdata to /usr/local/config/"
cp -f /etc/passwd /usr/local/config/
cp -f /etc/group /usr/local/config/
cp -f /etc/shadow /usr/local/config/
cp -f /etc/samba/smbpasswd /usr/local/config/

Run the following command to download it to the NAS:

wget http://wolf-u.li/u/172/ -O /ffp/sbin/store-passwd.sh

Then proceed with the installation of Fonz fun_plug.

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12 thoughts on “store-passwd.sh for the D-Link DNS-320 Sharecenter Pulse”

    1. Just want to confirm that I am simply replacing a file in the sbin folder (namely the store password file from this
      #!/bin/sh

      echo “Copying files to mtd1…”
      mount -t minix /dev/mtdblock0 /sys/mtd1
      cp -f /etc/passwd /sys/mtd1/.
      cp -f /etc/group /sys/mtd1/.
      cp -f /etc/shadow /sys/mtd1/.
      cp -f /etc/samba/smbpasswd /sys/mtd1/.
      #cp -f /etc/ftp_tbl /sys/mtd1/.
      #cp -f /etc/ftpgroup /sys/mtd1/.
      sync
      umount /sys/mtd1

      echo “Copying files to mtd2…”
      mount -t minix /dev/mtdblock1 /sys/mtd2
      cp -f /etc/passwd /sys/mtd2/.
      cp -f /etc/group /sys/mtd2/.
      cp -f /etc/shadow /sys/mtd2/.
      cp -f /etc/samba/smbpasswd /sys/mtd2/.
      #cp -f /etc/ftp_tbl /sys/mtd2/.
      #cp -f /etc/ftpgroup /sys/mtd2/.
      sync
      umount /sys/mtd2

      echo “Done.”

      To the much smaller and simpler……
      #!/ffp/bin/sh

      echo “Saving Userdata to /usr/local/config/”
      cp -f /etc/passwd /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/group /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/shadow /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/samba/smbpasswd /usr/local/config/

  1. Drats, cannot do it from windows as it needs root user permission.
    How do I do it from the telnet commands…….

    1. try this

      vi /ffp/sbin/store-passwd.sh
      i (this means insert, then insert those lines)

      echo “Saving Userdata to /usr/local/config/”
      cp -f /etc/passwd /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/group /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/shadow /usr/local/config/
      cp -f /etc/samba/smbpasswd /usr/local/config/

      (after this, press esc, then press “Z” twice to save the file. Capital Z twice)

  2. Hi,

    I am currently trying to change this file however I keep getting this error

    wget: invalid option — o
    BusyBox v1.12.1 (2008-09-29 20:38:04 CEST) multi-call binary

    Usage: wget [-c|–continue] [-s|–spider] [-q|–quiet] [-O|–output-document file]
    [–header ‘header: value’] [-Y|–proxy on/off] [-P DIR]
    [-U|–user-agent agent] url

    Retrieve files via HTTP or FTP

    Options:
    -s Spider mode – only check file existence
    -c Continue retrieval of aborted transfer
    -q Quiet
    -P Set directory prefix to DIR
    -O Save to filename (‘-‘ for stdout)
    -U Adjust ‘User-Agent’ field
    -Y Use proxy (‘on’ or ‘off’)

    Any help would be much appreciated.
    Thanks
    James

  3. Well, this procedure must be done before install fun_plug 0.5? I already installed funplug, what i have to do now? How i can replace original store-passwd.sh with that right for dns-325.
    Help me pls.

  4. Also mine was not working with wget. So i downloaded the file to my linuxbox, and then copied it to a mounted Hard disk (cd /mnt/HD/HD_a2).

    After that it was easy, just
    “cp store-passwd.sh /ffp/sbin/store-passwd.sh”

  5. Hi everybody, I’ve a DNS-325. I’ve followed the instruction to setup the fun_plug.
    Everything works smoothly but the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow file are restored with the original one at each reboot even if I run store_password.sh
    Anybody could help please?
    Thanks in advance.

  6. Sorry I’ve forgot to mention that at each reboot my shadow file contains two entry for root with the first one
    root:$1$$qRPK7m23GJusamGpoGLby/:14746:0:99999:7:::
    root:XX_MYPASSWORD_HASH_XX:15893:0:99999:7:::
    having always the same password hash.

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