how to set own desired root for droplet via api ?

  • Posted August 16, 2013

i have searched couldn’t find it.


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For the record… Sending a plain text password through email is just as insecure if not more insecure than sending a password to an API over SSL… Just saying.

We do not support this as it is not secure. You should use SSH keys instead: <br> <br> <br> <br><strong></strong> <br><pre>[ssh_key_id1],[ssh_key_id2]</pre> <br><ul> <br><li>…</li> <br><li><strong>ssh_key_ids</strong> Optional, Numeric CSV, comma separated list of ssh_key_ids that you would like to be added to the server</li> <br><li>…</li> <br></ul>

how to set own desired root password for droplet via api ?