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Anyone use Rasberry Pi as a VNC client for controlling a mac mini or similar?


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I have an extra one lying around, and it occurred to me it should be able to do this. In practice, though, I am wondering if it is good enough?

 

Dear Scott,

 

First of all, it is a pleasure share my experience with you. I read so many blogs from you.

Currently I use the native VNC server from OSx. You just activate this in Settings.

 

Second I use the iTeleport to access the macintosh via iDevice (Iphone and Ipad).

the last but not the least, I just prompt the in the safari vnc://server.local.

 

I do not see nothing in different to access the mac using a Raspberry PI.

 

Just some tip: put a HDMI Emulator to get more performance.

 

Regards Ohasi

Warm Regards,

 

Issac Ohasi

Fear build walls! Roger Waters

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I have an extra one lying around, and it occurred to me it should be able to do this. In practice, though, I am wondering if it is good enough?

 

Yep- unless ypu are talking about flowing high res video and audio over the VNC connection of course. Perfectly adequate for remote control though.

Anyone who considers protocol unimportant has never dealt with a cat DAC.

Robert A. Heinlein

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