SSH with Windows and Putty

Now that we can connect to the BeagleBone, let’s get a SSH session running. To do this, you will need to use a SSH client, which is no problem if you are a Linux or Max user as these are available from a Terminal window.

If you are a Windows user, then you will need to download Putty from here:
Having downloaded and installed Putty (its a single file called putty.exe), run the program.

Enter the IP address and click ‘Connect’. You will then get a security warning:
.. after which you will receive the login prompt. Log in with a username of ‘root’ and no password (just hit return).
This guide was first published on Jun 04, 2013. It was last updated on Nov 16, 2018. This page (SSH with Windows and Putty) was last updated on May 04, 2015.