Template/Gentoo BySH Custom

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# You can load the file manager (like Explorer) by clicking the icon in the bottom left bar.
# You can load the file manager (like Explorer) by clicking the icon in the bottom left bar.
# Make sure your Deluge preferences are what you want them to be.  They are basically configured already and useable just as they are.
# Make sure your Deluge preferences are what you want them to be.  They are basically configured already and useable just as they are.
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== Changing your passwords ==
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=== User password ===
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# Login with your existing username and password via SSH using PuTTy or some other SSH program
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# At the prompt, type: '''passwd'''
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# Follow the prompts!  First enter in your '''EXISTING''' password
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# Enter in a new password
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# Enter in the same password again for verification
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=== VNC password ===
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# Login with your existing username and password via SSH using PuTTY or some other SSH program
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# At the prompt, type: '''vncpasswd'''
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# Enter in a new password
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# Enter in the same password again for verification
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# Press '''N''' to disable the ''view-only'' password

Current revision as of 17:43, 24 November 2010

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Welcome to the Gentoo BySH Custom template. It comes preinstalled with Deluge, Transmission and rTorrent, as well as FlexGet for RSS sites and Firefox. There's a default user ready to go out of the box. Keep reading for more info and a simple walkthrough on how to get started.

Contents

User Information

    VNC     SSH (root)     SSH (user)     Deluge  
  Username     none     root     bt     none  
  Password     bytesized     assigned     assigned     deluge  

NOTE: It is HIGHLY suggested that you change the passwords for the VNC session, bt user and Deluge WebUI as soon as possible as anyone will be able to access your VPS until you do!}}

Download Information

Currently there is no FTP server active in the template. You may choose to install one or just use an SSH/SCP program to download (recommended method). There are several for all platforms.

Walkthrough

  1. Using a VNC client, connect to your IP address or hostname followed with a ":1" after it.
  2. Once you login with the bt VNC password you will see the standard screen.
  3. Load Deluge by selecting it from the menu by clicking on the icon in the lower left corner.
  4. You can load the file manager (like Explorer) by clicking the icon in the bottom left bar.
  5. Make sure your Deluge preferences are what you want them to be. They are basically configured already and useable just as they are.

Changing your passwords

User password

  1. Login with your existing username and password via SSH using PuTTy or some other SSH program
  2. At the prompt, type: passwd
  3. Follow the prompts! First enter in your EXISTING password
  4. Enter in a new password
  5. Enter in the same password again for verification

VNC password

  1. Login with your existing username and password via SSH using PuTTY or some other SSH program
  2. At the prompt, type: vncpasswd
  3. Enter in a new password
  4. Enter in the same password again for verification
  5. Press N to disable the view-only password
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