OpenSprinkler Forums Hardware Questions OpenSprinkler Pi (OSPi) Unable to Change Password on Interval Program

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    kenbob
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    I just installed the Interval Program on the Raspberry Pi and it looks great. I noticed that I am unable to change the default password (opendoor) to my own. Is it me or is it a bug? I launched the app with sudo python ospi.py. Just thought I would share. Thank you Ray for a great product and Dan for your hard work porting this over to the Pi.

    #24470

    Ray
    Keymaster

    My understanding is that the password is defined in a file. So you can simply open the file and edit the password.

    #24471

    kenbob
    Member

    When you change the password in the Options screen it writes to the pwd.txt file.
    Until this is fixed you have to copy the /home/pi/OSPi/data/pwd.txt file contents to the sd.json file, paste it to the right of “pwd”: “xxxxx” <---This is the encrypted password.

    #24472

    Dan in CA
    Participant

    Hi kenbob,

    I see the problem.
    If you are into some Python hacking, change line 449 from this:

    if qdict !=” and qdict == qdict: save(‘pwd’, base64.b64encode(qdict))

    to this:

    if qdict !=” and qdict == qdict: sd = base64.b64encode(qdict)

    Just the part after the colon has changed. The program no longer uses the pwd.txt file.

    I will be submitting an updated version of the program in the next day or so. The updated version will also include a logging capability.

    Dan

    #24473

    kenbob
    Member

    Hi Dan,

    I was trying to figure out where the problem was, but my programming skills are a bit limited. I will make the changes tonight and test it. Thank you for your reply, this is a great addition to the Pi. So far everything else looks and works perfectly.

    #24474

    kenbob
    Member

    I made the changes and it worked. Thank You. 😀

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