Lubuntu_For_BananaPi_v3.0 Where?

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I was ready to download a Lubuntu image from Downloads section and I've seen there is 'Lubuntu_For_BananaPi_v3.0' ready but not linked for download. Is it available somewhere?

Thank you!

Sorry.... my fault... found..... OPS

The google drive, dropbox, onedrive, kingsoft and others can all download from.

The google drive, dropbox, onedrive, kingsoft and others can all download from.
tony_zhang Posted at 2014-7-2 07:48

Seen two seconds after posted the message, sorry ;)

Reply 3# tony_zhang

According to the wiki:
"The SSH server is installed by default and starts with boot on Raspbian for Banana Pi and Lubuntu for Banana Pi operating system."

But after installing the SD card with the newly downloaded and flashed image it seems that the ssh server is not running.
The BananaPi boots and answers ping requests
PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=0.276 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=64 time=0.257 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=3 ttl=64 time=0.226 ms

ssh root@
ssh: connect to host port 22: Connection refused

A nmap network scan results in:
Nmap scan report for bbb (
Host is up (0.00019s latency).
All 1000 scanned ports on bbb ( are closed

What I'm doing wrong?

I don't have a HDMI monitor to connect.

Reply 5# hjoe

    it is the Lubuntu 3.0 image Lubuntu_1404_For_BananaPi_v3.0.tgz

On v3.0 openssh-server is not installed (anymore) by default.

A quick idea on how you can fix it, if you don't have a HDMI monitor:
If you can mount the SD card in a Linux distro, Ubuntu Live CD or w/e, and you can edit the /etc/rc.local file, you may be able to add:
apt-get -y install openssh-server, just before the exit 0;

Boot the Banana PI, and openssh will, hopefully, be installed during boot.

Reply 5# hjoe

Sorry, the wiki is based on v2.0

Reply 7# Sander
    will try it later, because of the #wm2014, may be tomorrow.


Reply 7# Sander

I have added the apt-get install in rc.local but, as I had assumed, it not automatically starts the ssh server.
If you have some more advice, you are welcome.
May be the best is starting with a HDMI Display.

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