Setting up the SSH service
The Secure Shell (SSH) gives you full access to the Kali Linux operating system on a Raspberry Pi from a remote location. It is the most common way to manage Linux systems using a command line. Since the Kali Linux GUI is not needed for most penetration testing exercises, we recommend that you use SSH or command-line utilities whenever possible. We found some installations of Kali Linux have SSH enabled while others may need you to install the OpenSSH server.
You should first verify whether the SSH service is installed. Type in the
service --status-all command to check whether the SSH service is running. If you see + as shown in the following screenshot, you are good to go. If you see a - sign, then you will need to install ...