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I have a CR-48 and I'm attempting to connect to SSHdroid. I understand the standard command for connecting to SSH is ssh root 192.168.2.bla but how do you supply a password along with that command because it says No route to host

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You just type the password when you're asked for it.

"No route to host" is caused by an entirely different thing: your computer is not able to even reach the destination host over IP, much less make a SSH connection.

This exact message means there's no matching entry in the route table, and it'd be easy to check on a "normal" operating system, but I really cannot say more about Chrome OS. (Unless crosh happens to have route or ip route commands...)

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