in recent months have appeared many projects related to Raspberry IP and the remote control. Very interesting projects but that they need to be controlled remotely. For experienced users, speaking of the remote control is easy and well known by them, but for newbies and not-so-novice users, remote control is not something so easy.
a then you have 3 ways to connect us to our Raspberry Pi and thus to your desktop without therefore being present together with the Raspberry Pi or simply without having another monitor, and more.
Teamviewer, the favorite of the nerds
this famous application in the world of remote desktop can also be run on Raspberry Pi. It is the favorite of many will only need two applications : one in Raspberry Pi and another at the remote device so we can control the desktop of Raspberry IP remotely.
do not need to have knowledge networks or have devices on the same network, what makes Teamviewer ideal for novice users . In the official website of Teamviewer you can find more information, as well as the official applications. For Raspberry Pi there is an official app so we have to make use of ExaGear Desktop technologies.
VNC, the media network solution private
VNC applications are another way of access to the desktop of Raspberry IP remotely . In this case we can opt for RealVNC a popular solution, but there are many.
in any case, these applications are interesting for users that want to connect or monitor computers that are on the same network. I.e. I have Raspberry Pi as private server or Media Center. The official applications from RealVNC them can be found in their official website . The option more complex
SSH SSH protocol is another options that is most used, and that allows us to see and control the desktop and in general the operation of Raspberry Pi. programs such as PUTTY, allowing us to control Raspberry Pi remotely but its use implies having high knowledge networks . Now, if we have such knowledge, the option is worth because it consumes very few resources, something that will be good for the devices. Conclusion
these three methods are more popular forms connect us to our Raspberry Pi and control remotely their performance, but are not the only ones. Thanks to the GPIO port of Raspberry Pi, plate functionality may vary significantly, although I’m currently thinking that VNC is the best option for this kind of operations do you you think?