Pi2, updated with newest updates, using an RC6 remote.
When I SSH in, the password (osmc) works fine, however once into the shell (I assume bash, cannot check), the letters c and s do not respond. Using Putty on windows to ssh into my pi2 with OSMC.
This has apparently been going on for a little while now.
Is this a known issue, has anyone else had this?
About to wipe and redo the Micro SD if I can’t get an answer - wanted to use the pi to run a background script with cron, but cannot for obviously reasons (no sudo, no cron, no nothing).
Also could not get into the internal shell using a keyboard locally either (attached a wireless RF keyboard for this purpose when I discovered SSH was not working, and cannot get into the shell at all).
If you can’t type, I assume copy and paste into a “putty” similarly fails to paste ‘s’ or ‘c’ characters?
You’re obviously a bit limited with what you can use as commands without those two keys, but let’s see whether there’s something you can try please:
putty in to a shell (or interrupt boot and log in on the console, or …). Then:
ln /bin/*tty /tmp/x
I’m wondering whether somehow (and I won’t even try to guess how …) your stty (what special character does what) settings have become … confused. If you execute those 2 commands (carefully selected so as not to require ‘s’ or ‘c’ characters ), you should see something like this:
Yes, which sounds exactly like a stty problem (I was hoping, though really not expecting, to see something like “... intr = C; ... stop = S; ...”).
Unfortunately it obviously isn’t (it was a very long shot) - your stty output looks perfectly normal