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How to log in

Logging in to a Linux real-time Olix-OS system using SSH (Secure Shell) is a common method for remotely accessing and managing the system. SSH is a secure protocol that allows you to remotely access the command line of a Linux system over a network connection.

To log in to a Linux real-time Olix-OS system using SSH, you will need a computer or device with an SSH client installed, and the IP address or hostname of the Olix-OS system.

The first step is to open the terminal or command prompt on your computer and type the command ssh olive@<IP_address> or ssh olive@<hostname> and press enter. This will initiate an SSH connection to the Olix-OS system.

Once the connection is established, you will be prompted for the password for the user account olive. You will need to enter the password one and press enter.

After providing the correct credentials, you will be logged in to the Olix-OS system and will have access to the command line interface. You can then issue commands to the Olix-OS system and perform various tasks such as configuring the system, managing files and processes, and monitoring system performance.

It's also important to note that SSH uses encryption to secure the communication between the client and the server, which means that your login credentials and data transmitted during the session will be protected against eavesdropping.

It's also important to mention that, depending on the real-time Olix-OS Linux distribution, the SSH daemon might not be enabled by default. It's recommended to check the system configuration and the usage of ssh service on the Olix-OS Linux before trying to connect to the system.