Having installed SSH and VNC on your Pi you can now install your clients of choice on OSX .

I prefer Cyberduck  for GUI access to folders and files on the Raspberry Pi , Mac’s own Terminal app is perfect for straight command line ‘SSH tunnelling’

Using the IP address from your Pi type in the following command
in Terminal (example: 192.168.1.87)

ssh pi@192.168.1.87

you will be asked for a password which, unless you’ve changed it, is raspberry
; short youtube clip here.

You are now ready to install  software , code or modify files and directories via command line on your Raspberry Pi.

 

The stock VNC interface in OSX is called ScreenSharing and is accessible from the Finder Menu;  Keyboard Short Cut :   ⌘ K

Screen Shot 2014-06-02 at 14.17.14

 

type in IP address of your Pi (example) and verify password:

vnc://192.168.7.2

Screen Shot 2014-06-02 at 14.21.12

 

You should see your device connect as follows and you are ready to use your Raspberry Pi via our favourite desktop.

Screen Shot 2014-04-29 at 12.59.44

I have also used Chicken of VNC (Mac/Win)and Real VNC (Win/Mac/Lin) they both work perfectly well for this – short clip here.

 

 

Credit: External clips sourced from YouTube NOT affiliated
with this blog 
but deemed appropriate for illustration purposes.

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