If you look in /usr/pluto/diskless your moon numbers will be there, this is also the directory structure for the MDs. On the md itself if you ctrl+alt+f2 it will give you a fairly useless prompt that will tell you the moon number as well.
Thank you for your help. Something else must be changed. I will post a link to a file in svn to replace in your MD directory sometime later today probably. I appreciate your efforts.
To be clear, when using ssh there are a few things you might find helpful. (Where user is your user name obviously)
1. I don't like to work on the core itself... so I ssh into the core first... and ssh into the MDs from there.
ssh firstname.lastname@example.orgTypically you can use user@dcerouter but... at least in 1004, there is a bug atm. Once in there you will want to become root.
Then you can
ssh moonXX Do NOT follow various instructions running around telling you to chroot and change the password.
To copy files from machine to machine you can use scp. For instance, say you are on your laptop and you want to copy the file I have just given you into the core...
scp /download/directory/FileL3mceLinked.sh email@example.com:/home/user/DocumentsI am using /home/user/Documents as an example because were you to try and go right to the /usr/pluto/bin directory where what I am sending you wants to live, you would be denied due to permission errors. Once in place you can then mv the files as root IN the actual machine.
Then if you want it in your moon unit (thank you Frank Zappa) you can go backwards (these are just examples)
ssh monnXXBecause you are already root on the MD you CAN move it directly into that directory.
scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/user/Documents/FileL3mceLinked.sh /usr/pluto/bin
Hopefully you will find this helpful.