What do you mean by both?Lxw2015 wrote:I tried both , neither work.
To be clear for anyone reading this six months later, and if I'm wrong I'm sure I'll be corrected, but it's:Lxw2015 wrote:thank you. PW is raspberry.
I tried "pi" and "raspberrypi".
now I connected to my pi using putty
That will work only on *nix systems with avahi installed, won't work on windows unless you install the Apple Bonjour service. (And you were right about someone not really correcting you, but giving additional information )stderr wrote: To be clear for anyone reading this six months later, and if I'm wrong I'm sure I'll be corrected, but it's:
ssh [email protected]
You will then be prompted for a password which is:
If you have problems, try ssh -vvv [email protected] to see all the back and forth messages as ssh tries to connect. Fewer -v mean messages are more focused on what is likely to be important.
bulletprasath wrote:i bought the raspberry as used one. on a new sd card installed rasbian and connected to my laptop with ethernet cable. connected to pi with putty.
then it asked for "login as:" (entered) pi
[email protected] 169.254.xxx.xxx's password: (entered) raspberry
tried raspberrypi as well, but its not working.
is the username password bound to OS or the device memory (like EEPROM)?
(i feel its bound to OS), but reformating (low level format, then FAT32) and re-writing rasbian didn't work either
help me I'm going nuts over this.
PS: access to a hdmi monitor is kinda difficult, so gotta use only putty
How can that possibly be relevant to anything?kamik95 wrote:Hi, in the lastest raspbian image, the SSH is disabled by default:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/a-secu ... ian-pixel/