In my first tutorial I’ll be showing you the best way to connect your Computer’s Screen with Raspberry Pi. I honestly did a lot of google to find the way, when I bought my first Raspberry Pi. I found no detailed tutorials on this and thus decided to right one. Many tutorials shows how to use your Computer’s screen with Raspberry Pi using your local network, but if we talk about portability, its obvious that you can’t carry your Local Network with you, or might be a superman is reading this. This tutorial is for those who are like me and doesn’t have any superpower. I’ll explain you the procedure which only requires one LAN cable to connect Computer and Raspberry Pi via Ethernet ports.
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