Hi there, 

just booted again this old TS-109II Qnap where I managed to install Debian on 
thanks to Martin’s instructions.

I recall it used defaults settings all around, time for me to get used to it, 
but ran into a noob issue;

I can login as the regular user through SSH form the LAN. root is disabled from 
logging in through SSH for security reasons,m as is normal with Debian 
installations, but command su -s always denies me permission when I enter 
password for user. I tried the few common passwords I use for default 
installations, but none was accepted. I can’t open the logs as a regular user.

Where should I start looking to understand where the error is coming from?


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