That’s because you are ssh’ing into the container for the ssh addon, which is not the same as the hass.io host.
how do I got to the hass.io host
Hass.io is meant to work as an appliance, so modifying the host is not recommended and not supported. That being said, follow the instructions on https://home-assistant.io/developers/hassio/debugging/.
THANKS THAT IS A MASSIVE HELP.
When it says save to root in a authorised key file where does it mean in (/resin-boot)
It means put a file in the root of the directory
which is where
so the root folders directory
It’s on the sdcard.
will I need to remove sd card to do this
The root of a directory is the location specified. In other words, don’t make another folder below it and don’t put it in a folder below that one. So the root directory of /resin-boot is literally /resin-boot
great Thank you
Yes. How else would you get to it? Plug it into another computer and modify what’s needed.
Thank you very much
is it just the public key
It should be just the public key.
Permission denied (publickey).
When it says authorised keys file does it mean folder or just the public key
When it says authorised keys file does it mean folder or just the public key saved as authorised keys
In the root of that folder, you need to have a file called authorized_keys. Inside that file should be the one line with your public key in it. I don’t use hass.io(I played around with it months ago, but decided I preferred an Intel NUC running docker), so I say you need to refer to the documentation that HASSIO/resinos provides for ssh access. After all of this though, I don’t know what you are looking to accomplish.