ChrisRowland wrote: I posted a fairly lengthy message which seems to have vanished.
Stash's suggestion works for getting SSH to start without needing a password but the reboot and poweroff commands still need sudo support.
sudo visudo can be used to add an exception for the reboot and poweroff commands.
This gives the ability to reboot or poweroff from a .bat or .sh script, maybe as part of the Ekos close down.
I think Indiweb needs sudo adding to the commands to make them work but I wonder if that's needed. I thought it would be an easier way to implement power off and now I'm not so sure.
I've no idea why pip doesn't install this, my code has been pushed to indiwebmanager and that's all I can do.
I don't see a security issue with this, it requires a number of deliberate steps to implement and if you don't want it then don't do them.