We are now ready to begin connecting to the Raspberry Pi remotely from a windows based machine. This lesson shows you how to install Putty, a SSH Telnet Client, onto your windows machine, and then connect to the Raspberry Pi from anywhere on your network. You will end up with a Terminal window on your desktop computer that is connected to your Raspberry Pi. Remote login is one of the powerful features of Linux.
We are going to start moving into techniques to remotely connect to the Raspberry Pi over a network. In order to do this you will need to know the IP address of the Raspberry Pi. This video lesson shows you how to use the “ifconfig” command to get your IP address.
In earlier lessons we learned how to search for files using the Linux “find” command. We can actually search within files using the “grep” command. This video shows you how to search for words or terms within files using grep.
As you begin to write programs and build files, you will eventually need help in finding your files and folders. This is where the Linux “find” command comes in. In this video we explore use of the find command and demonstrate how use of find with wildcards and pipes creates a powerful combination.
We saw in earlier lessons how we can use Linux pipes to send the output from a command or program to another command or program. In this lesson we learn to use “tees” to send the output to multiple places.