ssh connection problem
@tbartus About the date - check the timezone on the system, could be there is a difference between your timezone and the one set on the Raspberry PI.
sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdatato set the timezone on the PI.
hmmm... I have changed time zone to Warsaw but still the time is wrong...
Current default time zone" "Europe/Warsaw"
Locale time is now: Mon Oct 23 21:34:31 CEST 2017
Universal time is now: Mon Oct 23 19:34:31 CEST 2017
But current real time is: 18:34
@tbartus Then it means you're not synchronized to a time server - check https://wiki.debian.org/NTP for troubleshooting info.
You didn't give any specifics about your system - are you using the RetroPIe image or you install on-top of an existing Raspbian/Other distro ?
Maybe someone will use it:
NTP (Network Time Protokol) in Raspbian
@tbartus NTP is already configured - and working - in the image that comes with RetroPie, I'm not sure why it's not working for you.
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@mitu I have configured it again. Now service works correctly. Do you have any idea with ssh service? It looks like the service works OK, the server answers to remote login, but putty session after typing password, hangs out and doest'n apear the session prompt. SSH Putty sessions with the other remote computers works correctly.
@tbartus I have no idea why Putty is giving you troubles, but I don't think it's a problem on the RPI side. Try using another Putty version or enable the debug log for Putty and see why it gets stuck.
Maybe you have a particular Putty configuration - if you're using it for more than the PI system, you might have configured some options which are not compatible with the ssh version from the Raspian system.
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@tbartus Try using KiTTY
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I was looking for a solution for ages. I found this page to be helpful.
By switching to netcat it now works without a problem.