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How to setup a Raspberry Pi Zero without a monitor or keyboard - Windows

How to setup a Raspberry Pi Zero without a monitor or keyboard - Windows
How to setup a Raspberry Pi Zero without a monitor or keyboard - Windows
How to set up Raspberry PI Zero without a monitor and keyboard from Windows 10. As soon as a package came with Raspberry PI Zero, I wanted to try out my new hardware. Unfortunately I did not have an HDMI mini adapter that is needed to connect the monitor. So I decided not to wait for HDMI mini adapter and set up Raspberry PI Zero on Windows 10.

Step 1: Components

Required components.

Step 2: Download the system for Raspberry PI

First, we're downloading the operating system for our Raspberry PI Download Raspbian

Step 3: Mounting an image file on Windows 10

We need two programs to mount linux partitions on Windows:
OSFMount allows you to mount partitions from an image file. Ext2fsd supports Linux partitions under Windows.
Select <b>Mount new..</b>
Select Mount new..
Select <b>Image file</b>
Select Image file
Choose <b>Partition 1 (Linux native file system)</b>
Choose Partition 1 (Linux native file system)
Uncheck <b>Read-only drive</b>
Uncheck Read-only drive

Step 4: Raspberry PI Zero headless setup

Open file <b>:\etc\wpa_supplicant\wpa_supplicant.conf</b> to set up wifi connection.
Open file :\etc\wpa_supplicant\wpa_supplicant.conf to set up wifi connection.
Add to file the WIFI configuration:
network={ ssid="" psk="" }
Open file <b>:\etc\ssh\sshd_config</b> to enable logging on SSH
Open file :\etc\ssh\sshd_config to enable logging on SSH
These lines should look like this:
#PermitRootLogin without-password PermitRootLogin yes
Dismount disk
Dismount disk

Step 5: First login to Raspberry PI Zero

Try logging in to Raspberry PI via domain:
Type <b>RASPBERRYPI.local</b>
Type RASPBERRYPI.local
The default password for the <b>pi</b> user is <b>raspberry</b>
The default password for the pi user is raspberry
If you are unable to log in via domain RASPBERRYPI.local. You can find IP using Advanced IP Scanner.