Hoping for a bit of command-line-ish advice:
I have succeeded in
scping to my Organelle, except that as configured the
music account has a password but not a private key, which means I have to type a password every time I run one of those commands (or I have to get all grotty and simulate typing). It’d be great if, instead, I could store a private key with the
music account (or set up an entirely separate account), and use that to authenticate. Unfortunately,
/home/music is mounted on
/dev/root, which is read-only.
Is there a reasonable way to get that set up? I am reluctant to try to modify the root FS, which I figure is RO for a good reason! (I’m comfortable navigating Posix-ish systems in general, I just don’t know enough about how the Organelle’s build works / is intended to work to be confident in not messing things up.)
If this isn’t straightforward today, then — to the Organelle devs — please consider this a feature request, e.g. maybe have a way to configure this via the web interface or something like that.
Just to be clear, I’d only ever use a purpose-made SSH key for this, because the Organelle isn’t exactly security-hardened!
Thanks for whatever help y’all can provide.