Interesting.... I wasn't planning on messing with Putty yet, but I'm lazy and Putty sounds easier than setting up the monitor again (esp in the long run).
Where do I get Putty?
When I run it (?) and enter the ip address, name, password.... Do I end up at the command line/terminal on the Raspberry Pi? That would be great, if I can change the cron job times from there. I'll won't have to even touch the Pi that way.
Gave me this...
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgta ... nload.html
I picked the top one, recognizing ssh.
That was easy enough. I've got the exe. Nothing to install. Just run the exe.
ip address is correct. It pings from a Windows command line. I get the ip address terminal. But...
pi is the default account, right? pi I put that in. It says [email protected]
I keep getting access denied on my password. I've tried many times. I know it's the right password. I wrote it down.
Wrong port or something like that?
Do I need to install ssh on the Raspberry Pi itself? It's essentially fresh out of the box with wakeonlan, upgrades, and updates done.
http://cplus.about.com/od/raspberrypi/a ... rry-Pi.htm
I can get up to the log in as terminal window.
Phew.. Got it. Finally. It's lowercase.... pi.
That is so cool. Dang. I'm impressed. (I must be easily impressed.) Now I can tweak my wakeonlan times. Nice.
I set it on my taskbar to make it super easy. Saved my Raspberry Pi ip address. I just need to remember....
ctrl o to save
and exit for the terminal.
Very cool. Thanks.
I just have the Ethernet cable, power, and Raspberry Pi off on the shelf. No need for a keyboard, mouse, more monitor any more for my use of it.