i´ve updated my reciever to Piaware 3.5 and set it up to use a static ip for the wired Network (192.168.1.45). I´ve also copyied a “renamed”(from xyz.txt to only ssh) file to the sd card to enable ssh. After every boot of the pi this file is erased oder something (can´t see it anymore)
I can see the skyview under the wanted ip and everything looks as it should but i can´t get ssh to work?!
On boot, Raspbian looks for that “ssh” file and if it exists then
it enables sshd persistently (it will stay enabled even after a reboot)
it removes the “ssh” file
So if the file is being removed then that process is working and ssh is enabled. You have some other sort of problem if ssh is not working for you, but you didn’t describe what actually happens when you try so I can’t diagnose that any further.
Are you sure your router has assigned 192.168.1.45 to your Pi?
To see what IP address has been assigned by router, I have installed an App called “fing” on my Android Phone. When this phone is connected by WiFi to the network on which the Pi is, it shows the actual Local IP as well as the MAC address of ALL devices on LAN, including the Pi. I then SSH using that IP address (for example 192.168.0.20).
If this happens with me, I will first try to debug for a short while. If no success, then I will take an easy way out: format microSD card and write the Piaware (or Respbian) image again. No headaches and no frustration.
First remove the lines you have added for static ip to the config. Determine IP of Pi from router or by scanning, then try SSH. If SSH works, then something had gone wrong during adding the lines for static IP.
If above test fails, write new image, create file SSH, but DO NOT add lines for static IP to config. First try without static IP. Determine IP of Pi from router or by scanning, then try SSH. If SSH works, then add lines for static IP.