I am using the RPi 4 Channels DVR image and need to ssh into it to remove a file /mnt/data/channels-dvr/data/chromedata/YouTubeTV/SingletonLock which is preventing Discovery channels from working. I have the latest version of the image - 2023.0108.2341. I'm
I have used ssh in the past with the RPi but have since turned it off via the web UI.
My RSA keys in id_rsa/id_rsa.pub have not been changed since 2019 but today when I turned on ssh via the web UI and copied my public key and tried to ssh into the RPi I just get a connection closed message.
I'm not sure what has changed. I am ssh'ing from a Mac and periodically update to the last macOS versions, but I can't imagine anything in ssh have changed.
I've also tried generating new keys with different algorithms, even the default, but still get a connection closed message. Also have tried connecting with dvr-server.local and IPv4 address.
I did add -v to ssh and see a debug message in the log:
debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_REPLY
I did some searching but didn't find anything helpful related to that message.
Finally, because it's an external drive, I was hoping I could mount it on my Mac but unfortunately it can not "see" /mnt, only the /DVR partition.
My next step is to back up /DVR and start with a fresh install of CDVR but am hoping that I'm doing something silly that someone can point out. When I paste the public key I am pasting the whole string.
Thanks for any help!