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If you don't have an extra monitor or keyboard, you can still set up your Raspberry Pi without them. SSH is not enabled by default on Raspbian, but with just a few steps we can fix that.
- Follow official guide to install Raspbian on an SD card,
- Eject the card and put it back into the card reader,
- Access boot partition on the card,
- Create an empty file named
sshin the root directory of said boot partition,
- Eject the card and insert it into your Raspberry Pi,
- Connect Raspberry and your home router with an ethernet cable (you only need to do it once),
- Boot up your Raspberry by plugging power in,
- Find Raspberry's IP address. There's plenty of ways to do that. If you have access to your home router, you can see it on your device list, otherwise just Google it,
- Once you know the IP address, open console. For Windows users, I highly recommend cmder and type in:
192.168.1.99part to whatever the IP address of your RPi is.
When asked for password enter:
- Done, you're in.
It's highly recommended to change
pi user's password as your first action. You can do that by issuing command
passwd while logged in as
pi user and providing a more secure one.