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en:sw:02-sdks:03-ssh [2018/12/04 18:47]
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 All UniPi devices include a full-featured ARM-based Linux environment,​ which is accessible via a Secure Shell console after following the steps below. This allows the users of UniPi devices to fully leverage the incredible versatility provide by open source software packages. All UniPi devices include a full-featured ARM-based Linux environment,​ which is accessible via a Secure Shell console after following the steps below. This allows the users of UniPi devices to fully leverage the incredible versatility provide by open source software packages.
  
-The process of enabling accesss to it differs slightly between the three generations of UniPi devices, and is detailed below.+The process of enabling accesss to it differs slightly between the three generations of UniPi devices, and is detailed below for UniPi Axon. The process for UniPi 1.1 and UniPi Neuron is the same as for ordinary Raspberry Pi.
  
 ==== UniPi Axon ==== ==== UniPi Axon ====
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 You should now see a console window asking for a username and password. Use the username “unipi” and password “unipi.technology”;​ these may be changed later, but this is outside the scope of this tutorial. You should now see a console window asking for a username and password. Use the username “unipi” and password “unipi.technology”;​ these may be changed later, but this is outside the scope of this tutorial.
  
-At this point you should see a Linux command prompt with the following format “unipi@[your-device-ID]:​” – if so congratulations,​ you have connected to the internal SSH console successfully!+At this point you should see a Linux command prompt with the following format ​**“unipi@[your-device-ID]:​”** – if so congratulations,​ you have connected to the internal SSH console successfully!