Neben SSH könnt ihr den RaspberryPi auch über das VNC-Protokoll steuern. Dabei greift ihr auf die grafische Oberfläche zu. Und könnt so die grafische Oberfläche des RaspberryPi’s auch ohne einen direkt angeschlossenen Bildschirm auf Euren Computer “holen”.
What you have to configure and consider is described in the following article.
Before you start with this article you should have prepared the RaspberryPi so that it is accessible via the network and controllable via SSH.
The following three articles describe what needs to be done to prepare the RaspberryPi:
RaspberryPi – setup for nerdiys!
RaspberryPi – The first configuration!
RaspberryPi – Control the RaspberryPi via SSH
In the following list you will find all the parts you need to implement this article.
Log in to the RaspberryPi via SSH
To start, you must first log in to the Rasp Pi with Putty via SSH. How to do this is in the article RaspberryPi - Control the RaspberryPi via SSH described.
Activate the VNC server
To communicate with your RaspberryPi via VNC you need to run a server application on it. This is already integrated in Raspian and does not need to be installed but only activated.
For this you have to switch to the RaspberryPi configuration menu. This can be done with the following command:
Download and install VNC client software
To connect to the VNC server on the RaspberryPi you need the appropriate VNC client. This is available for free download on the manufacturer's website.
Go to https://www.realvnc.com/de/connect/download/viewer/ und ladet die Software “VNC Viewer” herunter. und installiert sie.
How to download and install a program is described in the following articles:
Downloads/Uploads – How data comes and goes from the Internet
Install programs - an example
Establish VNC connection
To establish the VNC connection, start the VNC viewer.
Have fun with the project
I hope everything worked as described for you. If not or you have questions or suggestions please let me know in the comments. I will then add this to the article if necessary.
Ideas for new projects are always welcome. 🙂
PS Many of these projects - especially the hardware projects - cost a lot of time and money. Of course I do this because I enjoy it, but if you think it's cool that I share the information with you, I would be happy about a small donation to the coffee fund. 🙂