kali linux help
bryan0731 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 00:31:47 UTC 2015
I just installed Kali on my Raspberry PI 2 and I can get into the OS using a screen and keyboard but I am unable to log in using ssh. The root password should be toor and it was once I logged in using the external screen and monitor but using ssh it is not accepting the password.
Here is another thing I am having trouble with. When I logged in using the screen and keyboard it was in "read only" mode. I rebooted it and the GUI came up so I launched the command line from there and it allowed me to change the root password, create a second user and set a password. Now that I have disconnected it is back to not letting me ssh into the PI.
I really am baffled as to why this OS will not let me ssh into it.
Here is my information.
• using Mac osX Yo
• using bash on the unix terminal
• Raspberry PI 2
• Kali Linux version 2.0.1 for the PI
Anyone know whats up here?
> On Sep 8, 2015, at 3:49 PM, Doug Smith <savant-technopath at cyber-wizard.com> wrote:
> First of all log into the system. You will hear a text area when the graphical login screen comes up. At this point, just type root and tab until
> you hear the word next. Press return to activate the button.
> When you get into the desktop, you need to do this:
> leafpad /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf
> In this file, just uncomment the two lines which allow for automatic login and you are done. Reboot and you should go right in.
> Glad to help and running kali over here now.
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