I followed this tutorial : debian-getting-started-with-the-stm32mp157.
I have the STM32MP1C-DK2 with debian 10
When I try to do a ssh connection, it says ‘incorrect password’ but I know that i write the right one.
I found a way to connect, using
ssh-keygen -R 192.168.x.x
Then I have to write the password of my computer.
After that, using
ssh email@example.com, I have to write yes to this question
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])? and then put the debian password.
It’s not very user friendly and I would like to connect without this procedure.
Do you know what I have to do ?
The second part of my question is that, since a couple of days, when I connect in ssh, after a few seconds the connection is closed by the remote host and I cannot connect again (connection refused)
I tried to modify some things in the ssh_config file but it doesn’t solve the problem…