Tag Archive: VNC

Jan 07 2017

A short guide on configuring your Raspberry Pi to automatically run x11vnc server at startup

Hey guys, I thought I would share a short guide I made about configuring x11vnc to automatically launch every time the Pi boots up. I had such a hard time getting it to work and thought I should spread the knowledge. I’m a noob with Linux and the Pi, so I thought this would be …

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Jan 16 2014

Link: Setting up VNC on Raspberry Pi

Although the Raspberry Pi can be connected to a TV or monitor via HDMI or DVI, there are times when running a Raspberry Pi “headless” (without a monitor) is desirable. In a headless setup, you could connect to your Raspberry via SSH but if you want the full desktop then you will need to connect …

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Jan 04 2014

Link: How to remote control Raspberry Pi

Once you have a fully working Raspberry Pi system, it may not be convenient for you to continue to access Raspberry Pi directly via a keyboard and HDMI/TV cable connector dedicated to Raspberry Pi. Instead, you will want to remote control “headless” Raspberry Pi from another computer. In this tutorial, I will show you how …

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Oct 08 2013

Link: VNC and SSH on Raspberry Pi Without Display

Here is a small walk through of how to install SSH and VNC on Raspberry Pi… What is SSH? I really did not know the abbreviation until I googled it. It stands for “Secure Shell”. To be brief, with SSH connection between RPI and another computer, you can access the terminal prompt of RPI from …

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Jul 14 2013

Link: How to set up a VNC server on a Raspberry PI, a VNC client on an Android device, and use the two together

I think the title above more accurately describes what is shown in this article than the tile they picked. Just good basic information on how to do this: Connecting via VNC to Raspberry PI from the Google Nexus 7 (Everyday Linux User)

Mar 22 2013

Nomachine NX: An alternative to VNC for using a remote Linux desktop

If you have ever tried to access a Linux system using VNC, and your host computer wasn’t particularly fast, you may have noticed that things slow down considerably – you definitely know you’re accessing the computer remotely, even if the access is via a local network link. And even if you don’t have that issue, …

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