Enable SSH in Headless Raspberry Pi Raspian

Raspberry pi official OS Raspian can be run as headless unit. SSH need to be enabled in order to have a full functional remote access. By default Raspian disables SSH. So Raspberry Pi released workaround to enable SSH during fresh start. Just follow the steps below;

  1. Download latest Raspian here
  2. Flash Raspian to a SD Card. Can revisit this article to find out.
  3. Once flash complete. Open Boot partition.
  4. Make sure extensions enabled if you are using Windows.
  5. Create New Text Document.
  6. Rename to ssh (no extension)
  7. Load the sd card and boot. You are ready to boot and remote in.

For further details, please visit Raspberry Pi official website Here

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