I wrote "I use the ftp-plugin in notepad++." in my first post. What is unclear about me talking about a plugin here ?
Correct, and somewhat sloppy of me.
You just got the info.
and googling on notepad++ takes you to a nice page with lots of info.
and links to wikis/forums etc.
If you ask for help, you are expected to do *some* googling yourself.
That is described in above paragraph. 'Hit ctrl+n' etc..
Usally not. But you *do* need to know the pi's ip-address.
One way is to hook it up via hdmi to a tv.
When it starts, it will prompt you for login.
But just before that it will tell you what IP-address it got.
And most dhcp-servers tries to hand out the same ip-address for
the same device - but there is no guarantee.
So either set up the router to always assign the same address
to the pi - or set a static ip on the pi.
But I think you need google here
but the way is to edit the config file
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
iface eth0 inet static
if you want the pi to have ip of 192.168.0.14
and use default gateway (your router) as 192.168.0.1
you save with ctrl+O, enter and exit with ctrl+x, enter
Yes but uses scp instead of ftp.
But the whole idea was that this would be easier for you. not harder.
But if you want to use your pi - you need to know it ip-address or work
locally on it.
7 years ago