Helpful post about how to prep your RasPi for access for when you don’t have the outboard monitor/keyboard/mouse to work with, via Interlock Rochester:
Ok, so there’s no duct tape, toothpicks, or bubble gum involved, but I thought it’d be helpful to document a handy way to tinker with your Raspberry Pi, even when you’re almost completely lacking in the required external paraphernalia.
We recently had Rob Bishop from the Raspberry Pi foundation stop by Interlock and give a workshop for a couple of hours, and as we scrambled to prepare — attempting to pull together 20 hdmi monitors, 20 usb keyboards, 20 power supplies, et cetera — I kept thinking that it’d be nice to be able to play around with a Pi even if you’ve arrived unprepared for such an event. So what follows is “how to fiddle with the Pi GUI with just your laptop, an ethernet cable, and a micro USB cable”. We’re going to start with a freshly imaged SD card, hook it up to a Mac or Ubuntu laptop through their internet sharing capabilities, and use VNC to share the GUI over the network.
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