problem with Putty

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Johndomo
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problem with Putty

Post by Johndomo » Thursday 23 August 2018 22:05

Question from a NOOB...
I had to re-install Domoticz on my PI 2B.
Before, everything worked well and I could use Putty.
Now, Domoticz works again, I can access it on my W10 laptop and my Androids Phone, but I cannot use Putty anymore (Access denied message)
Any ideas for me?
Thx!

mark.sellwood
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Re: problem with Putty

Post by mark.sellwood » Thursday 23 August 2018 22:41

SSH is disabled by default so putty wont connect as you are seeing.

To enable SSH you have 2 options: -

1) To enable SSH you need to place an empty file named 'SSH' on the SD-card to enable SSH on boot.

2) Connect a keyboard & monitor, log in & run sudo raspi-config, in one of the menus you can enable SSH
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Re: problem with Putty

Post by Johndomo » Thursday 23 August 2018 22:49

Great, thank you! I.m going to try this tomorrow!

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Re: problem with Putty

Post by freijn » Thursday 23 August 2018 22:59

goto the Gui or the commandline on your HDMI output

type

sudo raspi-config


goto interfaces and check if ssh is enabled

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Re: problem with Putty

Post by Johndomo » Saturday 25 August 2018 21:47

Yes, it works! Thx again guys!

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