RealVNC and the Raspberry Pi

As announced at the Big Birthday Party, RealVNC is now available for the Raspberry Pi. The software allows you to remotely connect to the desktop of the Pi via a remote PC, Mac, Linux box, Android, iOS or Chrome device. There’s even a free version, although the paid-for version has some rather nice extras like encryption. Read more about the capabilities of the different licences here and read about how to install it here.

2 comments for “RealVNC and the Raspberry Pi

  1. Bonzadog
    8 March 2015 at 6:22 pm

    This looks nice, but isn’t there a better free VNC edition somewhere out there?

    Real VNC costs for 4 Pcs and 2 Users €120,00 but nice encryption.

    I’ll keep a eye on this realVNC , though.


  2. 8 March 2015 at 7:53 pm

    I had vnc running on one of my first pi s so I could use it at work. Will have to add itvagain to a pi

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