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Headless Raspberry Pi Development Environment – Part 1

by Chris Courson

Just imagine the untethered possibilities of connecting the Raspberry Pi to a Wi-Fi enabled workstation without the need of a monitor or keyboard. Using your Windows desktop or laptop's built-in mobile hotspot settings and a simple edit of your Wi-Fi-enabled Raspberry Pi's micro-SD card you can easily set up a headless configuration. Using an SSH terminal application like PuTTY, you can do anything on the RPi as if you were locally attached.