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I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plugput it into the SD card intoclot on my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...RPi
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I do see my RaspberryPi showing up as a wired connection
  9. I open up a terminal on my Mac and try to SSH in, but am getting errors (see below).

Here's a picture of my setup:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

So for SSH, first I try:

ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi.local port 22: Connection refused

So no dice. Then I try the same but with 192.168.0.14 (which is my pi's IP address, according to my router):

ssh pi@192.168.0.14
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.14 port 22: Connection refused

To me this means the RPi is either not starting up correctly, or has a firewall (ipconfig) issue, or that something is wrong with sshd on the pi. Any ideas as to what my next step for troubleshooting is?

I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I do see my RaspberryPi showing up as a wired connection
  9. I open up a terminal on my Mac and try to SSH in, but am getting errors (see below).

Here's a picture of my setup:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

So for SSH, first I try:

ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi.local port 22: Connection refused

So no dice. Then I try the same but with 192.168.0.14 (which is my pi's IP address, according to my router):

ssh pi@192.168.0.14
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.14 port 22: Connection refused

To me this means the RPi is either not starting up correctly, or has a firewall (ipconfig) issue, or that something is wrong with sshd on the pi. Any ideas as to what my next step for troubleshooting is?

I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and put it into the SD clot on my RPi
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I do see my RaspberryPi showing up as a wired connection
  9. I open up a terminal on my Mac and try to SSH in, but am getting errors (see below).

Here's a picture of my setup:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

So for SSH, first I try:

ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi.local port 22: Connection refused

So no dice. Then I try the same but with 192.168.0.14 (which is my pi's IP address, according to my router):

ssh pi@192.168.0.14
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.14 port 22: Connection refused

To me this means the RPi is either not starting up correctly, or has a firewall (ipconfig) issue, or that something is wrong with sshd on the pi. Any ideas as to what my next step for troubleshooting is?

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  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I I still do not see any wired connections on the routerdo see my RaspberryPi showing up as a wired connection
  9. I open up a terminal on my Mac and try to SSH in, but am getting errors (see below).

I was hoping to see my RPi listed as a wired connection in my router's web UI. Here's whata picture of my setup actually looks like currently:

To me, this means that Raspbian didn't start up properly, or is in some wait/error stateSo for SSH, orfirst I didn't setup networking properly, or something else is wrong on the network side of things.

How can I begin debugging this?

The end goal is to be able to SSH into my RPi from my Mac terminal.try:


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ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi.local port 22: Connection refused

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ssh pi@192.168.0.14
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.14 port 22: Connection refused

So now, I have removed my monitor from the equation. I have a USB-ethernet adapter plugged into my Mac, and the other end ofTo me this means the ethernet cable plugged into my RPi. Running is either not starting up correctly, or has a firewall (ssh raspberry.localipconfig) issue, or that something is still not working for mewrong with sshd on the pi. Any ideas as to what my next step for troubleshooting is?

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I still do not see any wired connections on the router

I was hoping to see my RPi listed as a wired connection in my router's web UI. Here's what my setup actually looks like currently:

To me, this means that Raspbian didn't start up properly, or is in some wait/error state, or I didn't setup networking properly, or something else is wrong on the network side of things.

How can I begin debugging this?

The end goal is to be able to SSH into my RPi from my Mac terminal.


Update

Before I try hooking my RPi up to a keyboard & monitor, I just wanted to try something real quick:

enter image description here

So now, I have removed my monitor from the equation. I have a USB-ethernet adapter plugged into my Mac, and the other end of the ethernet cable plugged into my RPi. Running ssh raspberry.local is still not working for me.

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I do see my RaspberryPi showing up as a wired connection
  9. I open up a terminal on my Mac and try to SSH in, but am getting errors (see below).

Here's a picture of my setup:

So for SSH, first I try:

ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi.local port 22: Connection refused

So no dice. Then I try the same but with 192.168.0.14 (which is my pi's IP address, according to my router):

ssh pi@192.168.0.14
ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.14 port 22: Connection refused

To me this means the RPi is either not starting up correctly, or has a firewall (ipconfig) issue, or that something is wrong with sshd on the pi. Any ideas as to what my next step for troubleshooting is?

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I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I still do not see any wired connections on the router

I was hoping to see my RPi listed as a wired connection in my router's web UI. Here's what my setup actually looks like currently:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

To me, this means that Raspbian didn't start up properly, or is in some wait/error state, or I didn't setup networking properly, or something else is wrong on the network side of things.

How can I begin debugging this?

The end goal is to be able to SSH into my RPi from my Mac terminal.


Update

Before I try hooking my RPi up to a keyboard & monitor, I just wanted to try something real quick:

enter image description here

So now, I have removed my monitor from the equation. I have a USB-ethernet adapter plugged into my Mac, and the other end of the ethernet cable plugged into my RPi. Running ssh raspberry.local is still not working for me.

I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I still do not see any wired connections on the router

I was hoping to see my RPi listed as a wired connection in my router's web UI. Here's what my setup actually looks like currently:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

To me, this means that Raspbian didn't start up properly, or is in some wait/error state, or I didn't setup networking properly, or something else is wrong on the network side of things.

How can I begin debugging this?

The end goal is to be able to SSH into my RPi from my Mac terminal.

I have an old Raspberry Pi 1 Model A that I am trying to fire up for the first time. I followed the Ethernet Gadget tutorial exactly:

  1. I inserted an SD card into my laptop (MacBook Pro)
  2. I used Etcher to flash Raspbian Stretch Lite to this card
  3. On the SD card, post-burn, I then modified the config.txt and cmdline.txt files exactly the way that gadget tutorial (above) specifies
  4. I took the SD card out of my laptop and used a USB-to-SD adapter to plug the SD card into my RPI's USB 2.0 ports --> I think this should work just fine with no issues...
  5. I powered my RPi on by taking a USB A-to-MicroB cable, and plugging the "A end" into my laptop, and the "MicroB" end into the Micro USB port on my RPi. I can confirm that I do see the red "PWR" light on the RPI board.
  6. I login to my router's UI and confirm that I don't see any wired connections to my router; this is correct as of this point there shouldn't be any.
  7. I connect my RPi to my router via Ethernet cable and wait a few mins
  8. I refresh my router login screen and I still do not see any wired connections on the router

I was hoping to see my RPi listed as a wired connection in my router's web UI. Here's what my setup actually looks like currently:

enter image description here

You can see:

  • The gray Ethernet cable between my router and my RPi
  • The black power cable (USB) between my laptop and my RPi (the red power light is lit up on the board in the top right corner)
  • The SD card is plugged into the USB-SD adapter, and that adapter is plugged into the USB port on my RPi

To me, this means that Raspbian didn't start up properly, or is in some wait/error state, or I didn't setup networking properly, or something else is wrong on the network side of things.

How can I begin debugging this?

The end goal is to be able to SSH into my RPi from my Mac terminal.


Update

Before I try hooking my RPi up to a keyboard & monitor, I just wanted to try something real quick:

enter image description here

So now, I have removed my monitor from the equation. I have a USB-ethernet adapter plugged into my Mac, and the other end of the ethernet cable plugged into my RPi. Running ssh raspberry.local is still not working for me.

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