BTW, I am sitting at my regular laptop, using PUTTY to log into the rPI command line interface over the ethernet!!!!!!
To find the TCP/IP address of the rPI on your network (assuming you are using DHCP, most home networks are) on the rPI
Buried in there is the rPI's address.
Now on you PC, download and run
start it, and connect to the rPI address. You are remoted in.
By opening a port in your home firewall, you could log in from anywhere, BUT this would have security risks!
Have (more) fun!
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