Got an Android device? Want to use it as a screen and keyboard for Raspberry Pi? A simple trick described in a thread on the Raspberry Pi forum site can help you with that.
I have installed raspbian 2013.05 on my raspberry
I have usb tethered an android device which is connected to my wi-fi router
I was able to obtain an internet connection by routing a default gateway from rPi to android device
I want to ssh into my raspberry pi from my local PC's connected to the router, but I am not able to do that
any solutions ?
Raspberry Pi is one great piece of technology, not to mention cheap. Developers from all over the world have done wonders with it, but now it has been listed on XDA Developers and people have staring do to a lot of serious work for it.
Opening a new thread on XDA Developers for Raspberry Pi seems like a logical choice.
Once you have a fully working Raspberry Pi system, it may not be convenient for you to continue to access Raspberry Pi directly via a keyboard and HDMI/TV cable connector dedicated to Raspberry Pi. Instead, you will want to remote control "headless" Raspberry Pi from another computer.
The credit card sized Raspberry Pi computer that sells for $25 now has a working version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich thanks to a port. The development community has been working towards getting Android on the Raspberry Pi with CyanogenMod 7.2 and CyanogenMod 9, but this is by far the most usable.
Well, got my new toy for Christmas. A neat little Raspberry Pi Model B "starter kit". Plugged the thing in and here I am, posting on Fedora Forum, using Raspbian. This thing did everything it was supposed to do out of the box. I'm using a wireless mouse and keyboard for input. Ethernet for my network connection and my 24" HDMI monitor.
Back in March, at PyCon 2013, the PSF provided each attendee with a Raspberry Pi, a tiny credit-card sized computer meant to be paired with the Python programming language. The power and portability of the Raspberry Pi has stimulated an explosion of interest among hobbyists and educators.
You flashed an SD card with Raspberry Pi image, and plug the SD card into Raspberry Pi. Then what next? The first thing to do after booting Raspberry Pi is to configure your Raspberry Pi. Each Raspberry Pi system comes with its own software configuration tool. For example, use raspi-config for Raspbian, firstboot for Pidora, etc.
Raspberry Pi celebrated its second birthday last week. Since its debut on February 29, 2012, Raspberry Pi has ushered in a whole new generation of tiny, inexpensive, single-board computers. Numerous Raspberry Pi based DIY project ideas are popping up over the web, and there are many use cases of Raspberry Pi as low-cost learning media in the developing world.