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Old 05-26-2020, 09:47 PM   #1
KenUnix
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C.H.I.P. SBC run headless


Like my Beaglebone Black I would like to be able to SSH into the C.H.I.P SBC running headless from my host Windows-10 P.C. using putty.

What I do need is the default TCP/IP address for the C.H.I.P. The default IP address of the BBB is 192.168.7.2.

Other question is not having an SD-Card slot how would you back up the C.H.I.P. eMMc?

The Beaglebone is running Debian while I think the C.H.I.P is running Ubuntu.


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Old 05-26-2020, 10:14 PM   #2
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My knowledge of the C.H.I.P. SBC is very limited. However, the community website has lots of useful information that could help.

http://www.chip-community.org/index.php/Main_Page

Have you configured wifi on the device yet? The site has several methods of accessing the SBC directly to setup wifi and from there you can use regular commands (ifconfig) to output the IP address.
 
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Nit: There is no such thing as a TCP/IP address, except if you consider a port as part of the address. The port is 22.

I don't think there is a default IP address. If Wifi is enabled, it gets an address from your DHCP server.
You should follow the instructions at http://www.chip-community.org/index....n#Simple_Shell.

Most backup tools can use the network.
 
  


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