Same here, my PI is in the room next to me, only power and ethernet are attached to it. I don't have a monitor, so every time I need a reboot I must attach it to the TV.troubadixx wrote:Hi Max,
thanks for the quick answer.
The thing is: I'm sitting right next to my Pi. Just don't want to connect more than power and ethernet.
This option was already discussed here http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 09#p269109Axilot wrote:It seems that is possible through dropbear.
Public key authentication has nothing to do with the LUKS password.totoharibo wrote:it is possible to connect with ssh without password.
have a look on :
But for this you need a static address for RPi.
That's done in /etc/network/interface.
Many explanations how to do that anywhere.
You can now enter a custom boot menu timeout duration. Click the "advanced configuration" button, go to the "cmdline.txt" tab and
add "bootmenutimeout=<number of seconds>" or use "nobootmenutimeout" to not boot the default OS automatically.
Ack! I'm still fighting with this.What is the right way to add/replace a kernel when using Berryboot??
Do you have to rebuild the OS image?
Perhaps we can work around it by using a LUKS keyfile on a flash drive?Max wrote:No.troubadixx wrote: Question: Can I log in remotely to Berryboot in order to enter the disk encryption password? I. e., without the need for keyboard and monitor to be connected to the RadpberryPi?
There are some practical safety issues with that, in particular with ensuring that the computer you are sending your password to over the Internet is actually your Pi, and that your Pi has not been tampered with.