Run Raspberry Pi over Mac Os X with ssh and vpn connect to Router Firewall
I Tried to connect the Raspberry Pi to one of my Routers. After some Trying it have worked already.
I have done this Documentation after zwogden asked me about it on Instagram.
First of all, do you need a Raspberry Pi Pi to get this Tutorial and set up your Raspberry PI to your Mac.
Then you have to Set Up your Raspberry Pi on a Second Display with a Mouse and Keyboard. So i have this done this Way. Put all Cables to your Raspberry Pi and Connect it to your Display. Then Set Up and Install it Step by Step from the Raspberry Pi Interactive Descriptions (SD CARD etc.). Do your will get it. Don’t worry, Very Easy. So now you have all Set Ups and Running your Raspberry Pi.
Now we go Connect the Raspberry Pi to your Mac Os
All of first do you have to Download the VNC Viewer here Download the newest Version of VNC Viewer for Mac OS X
DMG Universal 5.2.3 The Install it on your Machine (Mac Os).
First Open your Terminal in Mac Osx. Then Type
(1.) ping raspberrypi.local
After Ping your Network, do you will get your current IP from the Mac. Not the IP from your Provider. Then go forward in the same Terminal Window, type your ssh email@example.com the Promp with your Enter Taste.
(2.) ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Now do you will get to the ssh RSA Key, if you have one.
Then Say Yes/No i typed Yes then i will be forward to the Passwort of my Raspberry. (The Pasword you can set up, by installing your Raspberry PI First Time.
Now :) , you entery and connect your Raspberry PI via Terminal on your Machine.
Right After you entry your RaspberryPi via Termina, you have now to type the Commanline ls to see what is on your Raspberry Pi. As, we can see everything is fit to start the VNC Viewer (Server) promp this Commandline.
(3.) sudo apt-get install tightvncserver
Don’t be worry this need a while, after that process type Commandline
you will get this Information out : Type your Password from your PI. After he ask you about a view-only password. Press (also for me ) No you will get forward to the desktop of your RaspberryPi. This Number after pi:1 is very important for our Viewer :1 This we need it for our VNC Viewer.
At last we have to set up the VNC Viewer. Start it by Dopple Click then a Window will show up:
In this Window type the scanned and pinged IP Adress also mine is here 10.0.0.3:
Type in that Window The Number 10.0.0.3:1 Then Press Connect in the Interface. Pingo Here is it, you run now Linux RaspberryPi over Mac Os X Machine.