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If the Pi's are connecting to the Macbooks, the Macbooks need to run a VNC server, and that can be started by: - Go to Apple Logo and Select System Preferences - Open the Sharing 'folder' - Click and enable Screen Sharing checkbox This will say something like: Other users can access your computer's screen at vnc://192.168.0.33/ or by looking for “...


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There is something called VNC that you can use. It is supported natively in Raspbian, and it appears that on a Mac it is also supported quite readily. Also a more secure method is SSH - but it really depends what you need to do with it. Here is a guide on that. Keep in mind that Raspbian is a form of Debian - meaning mainstream Linux methods of access ...


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You'll need to install a VNC server. TightVNC is a good choice. AdaFruit has a great tutorial: VNC Remote Control- Raspbian You can then use the installed VNC client to connect. You can always install TeamViewer as a quick and dirty solution as well TeamViewer Raspian ARM


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You could attempt to use the inbuilt ssh command in your terminal emulator if ssh server is enabled on the other PI; you can enable it on a headless PI by putting a file with no extension in the boot partition on the SD card. If you require a graphical desktop use sudo raspi-config in the remote ssh connection and enable vnc server. Than on the original PI ...


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