I've got PuTTY running already, so this suggestion makes it sound like I'm halfway there. Thanks!AndrewS wrote:When using a Windows PC, I use putty as my SSH client, and FileZilla as my SFTP client.
Huh... It seems I already renamed the file while following someone else's walkthru/instruction, as there is no "boot_enable_ssh.rc" in that directory, but "boot.rc" *is* there. Which means that now I just have to figure out how to make it work. Coming from Windows, I'm more accustomed to "drag & drop" so it'll take a bit of time to sort out. Thanks for the tip!redneon wrote:Why not just use sftp? If you're using the Debian distribution it's actually incredible easy. You just rename /boot/boot_enable_ssh.rc to /boot/boot.rc and then restart your Pi and you can SSH and SFTP in to your Pi.
I'd use Filezilla in Windows. It's just an S/FTP client but it allows you to drag and drop etc. Just put in the IP of your Pi and use "pi" and "raspberry" for username and password (assuming you kept the defaults) and use port 22 (SSH port) and you're away.Robert_M wrote:now I just have to figure out how to make it work. Coming from Windows, I'm more accustomed to "drag & drop"
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