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How to login as root remotely?

If you want to login as root using SSH or WinSCP you need to edit the config of SSHD, do this: Login, and edit this file: sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config Find this line: PermitRootLogin without-...
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I failed to remote connect to Raspberry Pi 3 from Ubuntu

later I found out another solution to make it work for Remmina 0.9.99.1. You can change the security authentication for the VNC server to be VNC Password instead of Unix password and create an admin ...
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I failed to remote connect to Raspberry Pi 3 from Ubuntu

I've just encountered the issue too. As an alternative to aibrahim's method if you are doing it remotely via ssh, here's my steps to VNC to display :0. Setup password using sudo vncpasswd -service ...
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Setting up a remote control using lirc

I can switch my TV on using the following command: irsend SEND_ONCE LG_AKB72915207 KEY_POWER This is how I set it up. Hardware Setup I am using a Raspberry Pi P1 2011.12. The bare Infrared LED ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

I use the free Fing app in my android smartphone. It scans the network and shows the connected devices by type, including Raspberry Pi, as well as scanning available ports. Handy to see if SSH, web or ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

If you want to use a GUI application for it, you can use Yakala tool (https://github.com/mozcelikors/yakala) for Debian/Ubuntu. This tool helps you not only search for available Type B and Type C ...
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Default VNC server not viewing correctly in VNC viewer

Ok I solved this problem by adjusting the display options in Raspi-config. Using the following: sudo raspi-config Advanced Options > Resolution > DMT Mode 85 1280x720
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Remmina does not connect to Raspberry Pi Bullseye after RealVNC-server update

I'd recommend using RealVNC's VNC Viewer - it's free to use and guaranteed to work with the RealVNC VNC Server. You can download it here: https://www.realvnc.com/en/connect/download/viewer/ However, ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

In 2020, the accepted answer does not work anymore because the Raspberry Pi ships with a different range of MAC addresses. I could just add the "new" MAC as a comment, but the string could change ...
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How to remote to Raspberry Pi from outside local network?

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab Assume you have a Raspberry Pi connected to your Router at home. Normally your router will give IP addresses to all devices attached ...
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How do I figure out the brand and type of an SD-card on the commandline?

Some data, as you mentioned, is in /sys/block/mmcblk0/device. There's a tool called mmc in the mmc-utils package that can read/decode several of the values in that directory. For instance: $ mmc csd ...
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How to login as root remotely?

You cannot login as root because Raspbian does not have a root password. See Raspbian root default password Normally ssh does not allow root access because this is considered a security risk. You ...
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How to display an image via ssh?

Another option with Raspbian is feh. connect from your pc with ssh -X [email protected] (capital X!) user@raspi:~ $ feh /path/picture.jpg Note: loading is not superfast, wait patiently. If the ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

Or you could access to your Router via browser and find your android device -almost every router GUI has a service where you can check all devices that are currently connected to your network.
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I failed to remote connect to Raspberry Pi 3 from Ubuntu

The simplest solution is to install RealVNC Viewer. You can download it from here, and it is available for Linux, MacOS and Windows. The issue is with the encryption schemes used by different VNC ...
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Remote controlling Raspberry Pi from Windows

You can use VNC. It's is a graphical desktop sharing system to remotely control another computer. If you have Raspbian Jessie or later, VNC Connect is pre-installed. To enable VNC: Go to your ...
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How do I figure out the brand and type of an SD-card on the commandline?

0x5344 from the oemid means SD as in SanDisk. Type is probably not easy; I guess it is their internal name. Read more at https://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/sd-memory-card-faq/reading-sd-card-cid-serial-...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

Put this in pi.php on your web server: <?php $fp = fopen('pi', 'w'); fwrite($fp, $_REQUEST['ip'],1000); fclose($fp); ?> You may have to create the file pi on your web server with write ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

When using a fresh install of NOOBS or Raspbian, the default hostname is "raspberrypi" and in some network configurations (i.e. if mDNS is in use and configured) you could use "raspberrypi.local". ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

My router assigns newly discovered systems an ip-address starting at 192.168.1.2, sequentially. I went through every system in my home one day and reserved addresses for them. That way when I create ...
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Remote Access with VNC outside local network

Having made a free account with VNC I am now able to connect securely to my Pi from anywhere, over the internet: https://www.realvnc.com/en/raspberrypi/ I followed these instructions: https://www....
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Where can I find the /.ssh/known_hosts file on my rpi3?

That file is not on rpi 3 you are trying to connect to, but on the computer where you are trying to connect from (Ubuntu?). Just run ssh-keygen -f "/root/.ssh/known_hosts" -R 192.168.1.234 ...
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Raspberry Pi Reverse SSH Tunnel

Disclaimer: I have no experience with any ssh software under windows. Important preamble: You really should check back with your school's IT department, whether they like your idea. If you just do ...
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Not able to connect using Windows Remote Desktop Connection

The RPi and the PC need to be in the same logical network, which they are not. The computer is in the 192.168.225.0/24 network, and the Pi is in the 192.168.137.0/24 network. You need to change ...
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Use Raspberry Pi as keyboard/mouse output to control server

Only the Raspberry Pi Zero , Zero W , Model A and Compute Module can act as USB device. Other models can not act as USB device. This is a hardware limitation which cannot be worked around in software. ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

If you are on Windows I suggest you to try out this script. It is mostly based on the "arp -a" command, but it saves you some extra digging and helps you when your Raspberry Pi is not ...
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

'Fing' or 'Net Analyzer' on Android. Shows your whole network.
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Find Raspberry PI address on local network

Raspbian is using a thing called mDNS, which allows you to access your raspberry pi by a hostname raspberrypi.local. So, you don't need to search for an IP address anymore, just connect like so: ssh ...
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Remote Access with VNC outside local network

There are literally many ways for doing this for which what you need are static IP address and port forwarding on the router. Your condition may vary depending on what you have access to and on what ...
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