FYI, on the latest firmware, I just did it manually. mkdir /home edit /etc/passwd and add the user with 'x' in the passwd portion, /home/{username} for the home directory. You can either use groupid 100 (users, already in /etc/group) or add a group specifically for the user. (e.g. add user with id starting at 1000, add a group matching the username with the same id - probably a good idea to add the user to users also in the /etc/group) Once the username is in /etc/passwd run: passwd {username} to set the passwd mkdir /home/{username} to create whatever you specified as the home directory, then chown {username}.{groupname} /home/{username} replacing the stuff in {} obviously with your values. At that point, log out, log back in with the user in question. e.g. ssh myuser@myonion.local or whatever your ip is