18 Apr '17, 5pm

Networking: Pin the Tail on the Headless Raspberry Pi

Networking: Pin the Tail on the Headless Raspberry Pi

My desktop’s monitor uses a VGA connector but the VGA-to-HDMI adapter I bought along with the Pi didn’t work. Also, my desktop’s ancient KeyTronic keyboard uses a PS/2 connector so that wasn’t usable either. Though PS/2-to-USB adaptors do exist, my research showed that I’d need the one that has USB smarts in it, as my keyboard predates USB and has no such electronics of its own. (But it does have sweet, deep tactile keys!) My Pi would remain headless, and I’d program it by connecting to it from my desktop computer.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2017/04/18/networking-pin-the-tail-on...

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