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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.
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.
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