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Communicating between 2 Raspberry Pis using sshpass
10 September 2016 | Updated 24 October 2018
sshpass is a Linux software package that can be used to establish a direct (secure) connection between two Linux operated computers. This connection allows ‘remote’ access to a ‘local’ computer to run commands ‘locally’. Communicating between 2 Raspberry Pi’s using sshpass will show you how.
Understanding some common network protocols
7 September 2016 | Updated 17 November 2017
Deeper exploration into the world of inter-computer communications will reveal more and more types of communications (e.g. radio waves, Ethernet, Bluetooth, etc.), their interfaces and the network protocols they use.
Sharing a Raspberry Pi directory on a local area network
18 April 2016 | Updated 4 June 2017
This is a short somewhat introduction post on how to share a Raspberry Pi directory on a local area network (LAN). Whatever is in this directory, however it got there (i.e. local directory, USB mount, etc.) will be available to the rest of the LAN after following these steps.
Using the Raspberry Pi as a home web server
18 January 2016 | Updated 19 November 2017
A web server is a computer that can send and receive data via a web browser. It uses, the very popular, Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), the basic network protocol used to distribute information on the internet.
Using PuTTY to connect to a Raspberry Pi
16 November 2015 | Updated 19 November 2017
PuTTY is a free, open-source linux terminal emulator, serial console and network file transfer application. It is available for UNIX and Windows-based operating systems. Apart from other functions, PuTTY can be used to connect from a remote computer to a Raspberry Pi accessing its terminal interface.
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