I have observed that if I use any of the following commands to reboot my RPi 2B:
$ sudo reboot $ sudo shutdown -r now $ sudo shutdown -Hr now
and then try to SSH into the Pi, I get a
Connection Refused error. It pings normally, though. Then I have to go to the Pi, restart the power supply. Then I can SSH into it normally, after it boots up again.
How do I remotely restart the pi, while maintaining SSH access after it boots?
I didn't have this problem before. I have touched the
/etc/fstab, the firewall, keep USB drives plugged in it and am running HAP-NodeJS on it currently. This loads up on startup (with
pkilling it (
reboot doesn't work.
Thanks in advance
P.S. Earlier, even restarting the power wasn't working. It turned out to that a drive in
/etc/fstab that was set to
auto was unplugged.
Now, every time I have to reboot it, I have to restart the power supply to use SSH, or start any program.