Installing TightVNC as suggested will enable you to have a VNC (virtual network console) running on your PI. Think of it this way (simplified): the VNC server (the PI) sends screen grabs to the client (your laptop) replicating what would be seen on a monitor attached to the PI. The server (PI) accepts mouse and keyboard input from the client (laptop) simulating a user standing with the PI. The communications vehicle is a wired or fast wireless connection.Doug 011 wrote:Thank you. And how do I actually physically connect the raspi to the laptop? with a hdmi lead or something?
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