Getting the below connection refused when trying to SSH to my Pi (have also tried with correct IP):
$ ssh raspberrypi -l pi
ssh: connect to host raspberrypi port 22:Connection refused
Only having a laptop I need to setup my Pi headless from scratch, found many instructions that imply you don't need to enable SSH. You can just chuck the Raspbian image on SD, power up, plug the Ethernet cable in to the router, find it's ip & then ssh/putty in.
Are instructions like this (Setting up a headless Raspberry Pi as a Music Player Daemon server) out of date & SSH is no longer enabled on current Raspbian images?
Here's my set-up:
- 16GB micro SD
- Pi 2 Model B
- Windows 7
- Cygwin with OpenSSH & additionally Putty (both generate same connection refused error)