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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Webster View Post
    Not really - at least not as its primary function.
    It is a remote desktop viewer.
    You sit at one end and can see the screen (full desktop) output at the other.
    So you can see the Pi desktop on a Windows PC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    So you can see the Pi desktop on a Windows PC?

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    With the free VNC viewer, It's a bit laggy at the moment as the video driver has been reworked. I have a "ghost" HDMI plug in the HDMI outlet.

    With Buster it was possible to edit the config.txt file, boot a headless pi and use VNC for access.

    Bullseye is not quite at that stage yet

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    Lots of updates at the moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    Lots of updates at the moment

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    I screwed up installing samba. I added a user called root instead of pi and spent hours trying to rectify it until I finally started from scratch. A long way to go yet.

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    The remote access has had some work done it yesterday.

    This is on a rpi4b

    So, do a
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    sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade -y; sudo reboot
    in the web gui go to here

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    and select the required resolution. Reboot

    It will then be possible (fair wind ,and all that ) to connect to the headless rpi without any cable in the HDMI outputs.

    ronnie

    It's pretty similar for the new piZero2W, but that needs a line alteration in the /boot/config.txt

    https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewt...36509#p1936437

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