Fine Tuning your myUSBdrive/cloud

Issue: Connecting to \\MUD on your network ?


Sometimes connecting to your MUD using ' \\MUD' may not work. The alternative is to use ' \\MUD.local' For the technically minded a full article can be found on Wikipedia




How To: Use MUD's Web Interface


How To: Use MUD's Web Interface A friendly interface is on the way and will likely be introduced when we launch the Cloud version (myUSBcloud)

  • The interface will be available for MUD & MUC
  • There is an interface that we do not normally tell people about because it is Webmin and can be quite complicated:
  • Login method:
    • From your PC Browser
      • Use IP or Host name of your MUD and port 10000
        • Example - HTTPS://192.168.0.10:10000
      • User Name = pi
      • Password = myUSBdr1ve!




How To: Change the name (Host name) of your MUD


There are two advantages of changing the name of your MUD on your network 1- You can make MUD more user friendly to suit your needs 2- You can have multiple MUD's on your network e.g. one for File Backup and one for Streaming Media There are two ways to access and rename your MUD 1- Your MUD directly connected to a Monitor or TV via a HDMI cable 2- Remotely from a PC on your network using PuTTY (SSH and telnet client) 1 - How to: - Connected to a Monitor or TV:

  • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
  • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
  • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
    • Down arrow and select - 'Network Options'
    • Right arrow and highlight 'Select' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Down arrow and select - 'Hostname'
    • Right arrow and highlight 'Select' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Highlight 'OK' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Change the name as required
    • Down arrow and select - 'OK' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Right arrow, then Right arrow and select 'Finish' - and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Right arrow, then Right arrow and select 'OK' - and press 'Enter'
    • Your renamed MUD will now reboot
2 - How to: - Connected via PuTTY:
  • The process once logged into your MUD via PuTTY is as above
  • Next:
    • Open Next open PuTTY
    • Enter MUD and click open
    • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
    • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
      • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
      • Continue as above




How To: Configure Wi-Fi


How To: Configure Wi-Fi

There are two ways to access your MUD

1- Your MUD directly connected to a Monitor or TV via a HDMI cable

2- Remotely from a PC on your network using PuTTY (SSH and telnet client)

1 - How to: - Connected to a Monitor or TV:

  • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
  • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
  • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
    • Select - 'Network Options'
    • Then select - N2 WI-Fi'

Next:
  • Select (if prompted) - 'Country Setting', 'SSID' (Router Name) and 'Password'
Next:
  • Select ‘OK’ and ‘Finish’
  • Reboot MUD

2 - How to: - Connected via PuTTY:

  • The process once logged into your MUD via PuTTY is as above
Next:
  • Open Next open PuTTY
  • Enter MUD and click open
  • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
  • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
    • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
    • Continue as above




How To: Change your MUD Password


The default Password for your MUD can be easily changed.
Note: The User/Login Name can't be changed
Default: User Name = pi Password = myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive) There are two ways to access your MUD 1- Your MUD directly connected to a Monitor or TV via a HDMI cable 2- Remotely from a PC on your network using PuTTY (SSH and telnet client) 1 - How to: - Connected to a Monitor or TV:

  • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
  • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
  • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
    • Down arrow and select - 'Change User Password'
    • Right arrow and highlight 'Select' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Highlight 'OK' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Change the Password and press 'Enter'
    • Confirm the Password and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Highlight 'OK' and press 'Enter'
  • Next:
    • Right arrow, then Right arrow and select 'Finish' - and press 'Enter'
    • Your Password has now been successfully changed
2 - How to: - Connected via PuTTY:
  • The process once logged into your MUD via PuTTY is as above
  • Next:
    • Open Next open PuTTY
    • Enter MUD and click open
    • At the 'Login' prompt enter - pi
    • At the 'Password' prompt enter - myUSBdr1ve! (case sensitive)
      • once logged in; enter - sudo raspi-config
      • Continue as above





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