Tag archive for: ssh server

Different ways to enable SSH server on Raspbian Stretch

When you have an SSH server running on your operating system, you will be able configure it remotely. Since the SSH server is such a convenient tool, Raspbian Stretch comes with an SSH server.

When you are looking for a way to configure your Raspberry Pi without attaching a keyboard to it, enabling SSH server on Raspbian Stretch is a viable way.

Given that, this post discusses some ways for us to enable SSH server on Raspbian Stretch.


How to setup Raspbian Stretch Lite with SSH server enabled on your microSD card

The first step of starting a Raspberry Pi project is to setup a operating system of your choice on the microSD card for managing your Raspberry Pi hardware and software resources, as well as, providing the common services for the computer programs that you are going to run.

The Raspbian Stretch Lite operating system is a light-weight and well supported operating system for Raspberry Pi. Therefore, it is one operating system that you might want to consider as the operating system for your next Raspberry Pi project.

This post serves as a guide to setting up Raspbian Stretch Lite on your microSD card with SSH server enabled.

How to setup Raspbian Stretch Lite with remote configuration over WiFi on first boot

Two of the good features of Raspbian Stretch Lite is that it allows us to enable the SSH server and connect to our WiFi network before it boots up for the first time.

Combining these two features is useful for projects based on Raspberry Pi Zero W as we can configure Raspbian Stretch Lite via SSH without connecting extra peripherals to it.

This post documents how you can enable remote configuration of your Raspbian Stretch Lite over WiFi on first boot.

How to host a SSH server behind Linksys EA7500 Max-Stream AC1900 router

After I had set up WordPress on Raspberry Pi 3 and configured my Linksys EA7500 Max-Stream AC1900 router to enable outside access to the web server, I found that there were times that I needed to SSH into the Raspbian operating system to try things out when I was away from home.

To ensure I have a quick reference on hosting a SSH server behind Linksys EA7500 Max-Stream AC1900 router, if I needed to, I documented the steps to do so in this blog.