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Connecting to the Raspberry Pi from your Laptop

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These slides walk you through connection to the RaspberryPi, from your laptop, using PuTTY and WinSCP

These slides walk you through connection to the RaspberryPi, from your laptop, using PuTTY and WinSCP

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  • 1. Connecting to the Raspberry Pi from your Laptop. Gary Short Head of Gibraltar Labs @garyshort
  • 2. Who the Hell’s this Guy?• Gary Short• Head of Gibraltar Labs – Skunk works division of Gibraltar Software • Social Network Analysis and Computational Linguistics research• @garyshort• Facebook.com/theothergaryshort• gary.short@gibraltarsoftware.com
  • 3. Connect the Pi to your Laptop…The Raspberry Pi is auto-sensing so don’t worry about null modem cables.
  • 4. Download Putty and PuttyGen…
  • 5. Recall your IP Address, or Check Router…
  • 6. Connect With Putty…
  • 7. Remembering Passwords is Dull, we can do Better…
  • 8. Generate a PuttyGen Key Pair…
  • 9. Save the Private Key…
  • 10. Create Directory and File for Secure Keys…
  • 11. Paste in the Public Key…
  • 12. Set up Putty to use the Secure Key…
  • 13. And Connect Again…
  • 14. What About File Transfer..?
  • 15. Download WinSCP…
  • 16. Configure it to use Secure Keys…
  • 17. And Connect…
  • 18. You’re Done! 