Enable ssh in raspberry pi
In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable ssh in raspberry pi if you don’t have monitor or keyboard.
- A Raspberry pi 3 (or use the link to buy on discount) Raspberry PI 3 Model B 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 1GB RAM
- Raspbian must be installed
Insert SD Card in your Computer
Firstly you need to put the SD Card with raspbian installed in your computer. You can use an SD Card reader or SD Card adapter and navigate to SD Card.
The name of the SD Card would be boot. I am using Mac OS X so it is located in /Volumes directory. It will be different if you are using different OS.
Create a File
Now you need to create an empty ssh file. Just execute the following command to create an empty file.
This file will enable ssh while booting raspbian.
After creating an empty file remove the SD Card from Computer and insert it in raspberry pi and boot it.
After booting, ssh must be enabled.
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