I'm in a pinch. I'm trying to do a headless set up with a Raspberry Pi 3 running Ubuntu Mate because I do not have a hdmi screen close by. I was wondering, can anybody provide me with a link to a modified Ubuntu Mint image for the Raspberry Pi 3 that has ssh already enabled? If not, is there a way to manually enable ssh via config files? Thanks! (Putting a file named ssh in your boot directory only works on Raspbian, unfortunately)
I have been playing around with the idea of having the system run the "enable commands" on boot, but have not gotten anywhere. I've tried turning the ssh symlinks from init.d to rc* to "S02ssh" instead of "K02ssh". Is this even possible? Can I create a script that runs at boot time and enables ssh for me?