3.2.4. SSH connection¶
Access information for SSH connection:
If you are unable to connect, check that Red Pitaya is connected to your local network.
Connection instructions are available for:
For this example, PuTTy tool was used on Windows XP and Windows 7 Starter OS. Run PuTTy and enter the Red Pitaya’s IP address into Host Name (or IP address) field.
If you attempt to connect to Red Pitaya for the first time, a security alert will pop-up asking you to confirm the connection. At this time, the ssh-key will be added to the registry in your computer. Command prompt pops-up after login is successful.
Start Terminal and type (replace IP address with the right one):
user@ubuntu:~$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com's password: root Red Pitaya GNU/Linux/Ecosystem version 0.90-299 redpitaya>
Run terminal Launchpad → Other → Terminal and type (replace IP address with the right one):
localhost:~ user$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com's password: root Red Pitaya GNU/Linux/Ecosystem version 0.90-299 redpitaya>