I think this could be related to some generic Ubuntu problem.
Thanks for the reply. I mounted the sd with the image to my main machine and followed the steps but since I could only change files I modified the rc.local to load the new service ( systemctl enable create-ssh-dir.service ) but still my ssh attempts are failing. I created the file with sudo nano create-ssh-dir.service and then copy pasted the below code and gave right permissions. What could go wrong here in that case ? Anyway I am still in search on how can I actually take control over the debug console.
[Unit] Description=Creates sshd directory Before=ssh.service
[Service] Type = oneshot ExecStart=mkdir -p /var/run/sshd
So i found a spare usb cable and cut it to make the connection. It has 4 inner wires, red, blue, white and yellow. Chances someone can responsibly provide with some info which wire should I connect to which pin on the board ?
This image isn’t very helpful as it has different colors than mine and can’t understand the exact pins I should connect.
hello, if you use ssh, please try “username: root, password: bananapi”
if you use M1, pins definition you could see this：
you could find it here：http://wiki.banana-pi.org/Banana_Pi_BPI-M1#GPIO_PIN_define
That’s the combination I am giving but cannot connect. I will try with the usb cable but do I have to plug the dc input as well or it’s just fine wiring only the 3 wires ? And finally, from my usb cable that has blue, red, white and yellow wire which one should be connected to which pin ?
Oh my, excuse me for my ignorance. I though it was a common usb cable. I will purchase one of these but until it arrives any other way i can access debug console? As my ssh attempts keep failing and the link you provided could solve my case. Thank you.
How they are failing? At least on Armbian, board gets IP via DHCP and then you login with root / 1234 More details: https://docs.armbian.com/User-Guide_Getting-Started/#how-to-login
That’s what I get from nmap
Nmap scan report for 192.168.1.8 Host is up (0.00017s latency). Not shown: 998 closed ports PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 3389/tcp open ms-wbt-server
And here you can see my ssh attempts giving “bananapi” as a password (also tried “1234”, “root”, “banana” “toor”)
So what am I missing?
This is not Armbian, so I can’t tell.
It’s Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop image for banana pi-m1
So, i finally managed to get access over ssh. I did some tricks over /etc/ssh/ssh_config and manually added my private key to the banana machine so it won’t ask the password again. But I am not sure what happened with the next commands I gave through ssh as root user:
root@bananapi ~ # apt-get install pv root@bananapi ~ # curl -sL https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/bpi-tools/raw/master/bpi-tools | sudo -E bash root@bananapi ~ # bpi-bootsel /usr/lib/u-boot/bananapi/bpi-m1/u-boot-2018.01-bpi-m1-legacy-8k.img.gz
And that’s the output I got while I am pretty sure something failed over the execution.
Now I can’t even see the kernel loading and nothing is displayed via hdmi. I know I have tired you with my problem these days
Good day, tell me someone managed to place a" boot “partition on the microSD memory, and” / " on the hard drive via the SATA interface (SSD) ? (Ubuntu server16.04 HDMI version)