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Using WinSCP to connect to a Raspberry Pi
1 June 2016 | Updated 2 October 2019
WinSCP is a free SFTP, SCP and FTP client for Windows. Apart from other functions, WinSCP can be used to present, copy and manage files and folders on a Raspberry Pi from a remote device.
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.
The Raspberry Pi & local home networking – my experience
8 November 2015 | Updated 2 July 2018
A local area network (LAN) can be seen as an hotel occupied by guests. In the beginning there is only the reception area, the kitchen and maybe one of two occupants, but as the hotel gets popular, more guests will have to be accommodated at the same time.
Setting a static IP on the Raspberry Pi and Raspbian
12 August 2015 | Updated 21 March 2019
A static (vs. dynamic) IP address is sometimes required for stand-alone Raspberry Pis. Whereas dynamic (dhcp) IPs on a network might change from time to time, a static IP will not and will simplify and standardise network connections to a Raspberry Pi.
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