Accessing the Command Line
The command line can be used for advanced configuration, troubleshooting and to apply software updates.
You will need an SSH compatible remote access too such as PuTTY (free).
Open PuTTY and enter the IP address of the USS Gateway server that was configured during installation into the Host Name field. Set the port to
22 and then click Open.
PuTTY will attempt to connect to port
22 on the USS Gateway server, and if successful you will be prompted to save the Host Key of the server. Click Yes.
Finally, you must enter the system username and password that was configured during installation.
If the credentials are valid you will be able to access the command line.
The system user created during installation does not have
root privileges. You can type
sudo su to become root. Re-enter the password that you just logged in with and press Enter. You will now have full superuser (root) privileges.