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I had the same problem and found the solution here: In Linux go to the network connections editor and in the "IPv4 Settings" tab, set Method: to "Link-Local Only". This was the only setting that let me do ssh pi@rasberrypi.local. Once I was on the Pi Zero console, I could access the internet. I am not sure if Mac has the same options as Linux, but this ...


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You can use the screen (or tmux, but I'm not familiar with it) terminal multiplexer. First install it with sudo apt install screen. Then just start it with screen. You will get a normal terminal with a command line. You can start programs there as usual but you are able to detach from the screen terminal with Ctrla+d. This will leave the screen terminal but ...


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You can make the RPi 0 W an Access Point so that any device using WiFi, e.g. your smart phone, can connect to it. You can also connect the RasPi to your local WiFi internet router so all devices that are connected to the RasPis Access Point can also get into internet. This way you are using the RasPi as WiFi repeater. How to do it you can look at Access ...


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You can create an Access Point on any model Pi. There is a Foundation Access Point tutorial. There are some limitations on Pi0W as it only has a single interface, so you will have no internet access.


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I had the same problem of only being able to connect while hdmi was plugged in, although with a different error: kex_exchange_identification: read: Connection reset by peer (the error message differs per client, though). Even though the error is not exactly the same, it may be worth trying to reset permissions on your home directory on the Pi, so do (on the ...


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Using Cygwin/X If you're not tied to Xming, you can instead use Cygwin/X for running an X server in Windows. Preparing the Raspberry Pi Try to establish a regular SSH connection from Windows to the Raspberry Pi using PowerShell: Given that Raspbian Buster includes X11Forwarding yes in /etc/ssh/sshd_config, your Raspberry Pi should also be able to forward ...


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An SD card format and Raspbian re-flashing did the trick


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Re-imaging the SD card turned out to be my solution (after fruitless troubleshooting efforts).


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Your question is incoherent, and you have not clearly explained what you have done. It appears that you are directly connecting your Pi to your laptop. If correctly configured that will work, and you should be able to access the Pi by ssh, either with a static IP address or Link-local address, although the methods may be Windows specific. NOTE ssh needs ...


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Turns out I was looking at the wrong nmap output, and the wrong IP address. Once I put that in, I could connect just fine.


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