I’m trying to debug some issues in my new Docker installation of openHAB 3.2 on a Synology NAS. I followed Synology DiskStation | openHAB to get it up and running. I can connect to the Karaf console via the Synology Webfrontend as described in the article.
But using the Synology WFE is not very handy to really work with it since it does e.g. not allow copy&pasting, scrolling etc.
So I tried to find a way to connect via ssh. I connected via ssh to my NAS and opened up a shell into my openHAB Docker container using
docker exec -ti <id> /bin/bash
When I then launch
/openhab/runtime/bin/client as described in How to start karaf on synology docker I’m asked for a password.
But what is the default password? It’s not the password I used for creating the
openhab user in the Synology system. Nor is it the password I’ve set on first run of the openHAB system. I tried re-setting the user’s password and restarting the container, I tried supplying the openhab user with option
-u to the
docker exec, I tried setting
sshRole = openhab in
org.apache.karaf.shell.cfg but nothing worked.
Can anybody help me out?