I am able to view the output of the boot sequence of the RPi, however, I have no USB keyboard and so cannot get past the raspi-config screen. I also do not have a router, I have only a link-local ethernet connection from my laptop to the RPi.
I have mounted the SD card in a linux VM and looked through the rc.local file, init.d etc. and haven't seen where raspi-config is called.
How does one go about:
- Disabling raspi-config
- Enabling SSH?
Edit: so I eventually found the raspi-config file in /usr/bin, and looking at the code I see it has an interactive=True option. I chmodded it to writeable in my VM and changed this option to false. The result: kernel panic on the RPi - unable to mount VFS root filesystem. This is a bit depressing as I was under the impression I could modify the filesystem on the SD card without ruining the image. Any ideas on this would be appreciated.