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Adding Your Own Users Tomato does not include the standard Linux programs for adding users and groups. Nor does Tomato preserve users or groups across a reboot-these are created anew at each startup. They are also created anew when either samba, smbd, or admin service is restarted.
@Soulstace: I read over your suggestion in one of your previous posts, you mentioned the same "connect-and-note-fingerprint" tactic as I did. Apologies if I had re-interated or re-asked that later on. Just to get the picture in my mind clear, I've typed this out: [Router] Contains a private key(host) - generated at ??
I solved my problem. Here's how: 1) I created a substitute root user in the group "root" on my system and gave it the same home dir as root. This just allows me to have a "root" user with a name that no one else knows (like disabling "Administrator" in Windows). 2) Dropbear will look in the user's home directory/.ssh/authorized_keys file if one attempts to log in as a username other than root. Dropbear seems to use the /etc/dropbear/authorize_keys file for root logins only, but will still check the home dir for the OpenSSH style keys file for other users.