[Ovmsdev] Module passwords shorter than 8 characters

Nikolay Shishkov nshishkov at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 12 23:02:19 HKT 2018

 Thanks Michael, 
I think I set it via the web interface, but that was on a very early version - my boxes were stuck in customs for 2 months.But now, when you ask this - I may have done it via the config set... I can try replicating it again when I get my new boxes or unmount one of the existing ones. 

    On Thursday, July 12, 2018, 2:38:42 PM GMT+2, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:  
 how did you set the password to "test"? Via the web UI? If so, on which page?
 You may set any (wrong) configuration by the "config set" command, that does not do any sanity checks. But the web interface should catch and prevent that mistake.
 Am 12.07.2018 um 13:52 schrieb Nikolay Shishkov:
   Hi all,  
  I have managed to install 2 V.3 boxes on two Think City A306 and the basic functionality works great - I am able to see the SOC, position, battery temperature.  I will be measuring power consumption and look at logging and adding more parameters in near future. 
  I had a few wows that came from me not reading documentation and one that I could not find in the documentation.  The undocumented one was that I was able to set password to "test" - it was just for testing on the bench, and I was no longer able to find the access point... when I connected via usb cable and terminal I could see that the process for the AC was complaining that the module password was too short and aborted startup.  I haven't tested this in the latest update, but wanted to put it out there in case any of you run in to it.  
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