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For Mac OS X Users

For Mac OS X users, SSH (Secure Shell) offers a secure and convenient method to remotely access and control a Raspberry Pi. This is particularly handy for working with the Raspberry Pi remotely or when it’s not connected to a monitor. Using the Terminal application on a Mac, you can establish this secure connection. The process involves an SSH command incorporating the Raspberry Pi’s username and hostname. During the initial connection, a security prompt will ask for confirmation of the Raspberry Pi’s authenticity.

  1. To connect to the Raspberry Pi, type the following SSH command:

    ssh pi@raspberrypi.local
  2. A security message will appear during your first login. Respond with yes to proceed.

    The authenticity of host 'raspberrypi.local (2400:2410:2101:5800:635b:f0b6:2662:8cba)' can't be established.
    ED25519 key fingerprint is SHA256:oo7x3ZSgAo032wD1tE8eW0fFM/kmewIvRwkBys6XRwg.
    Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no/[fingerprint])?
  3. Input the password for the Raspberry Pi. Be aware that the password won’t display on the screen as you type, which is a standard security feature.

    pi@raspberrypi.local's password:
    Linux raspberrypi 5.15.61-v8+ #1579 SMP PREEMPT Fri Aug 26 11:16:44 BST 2022 aarch64
    The programs included with the Debian GNU/Linux system are free software;
    the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
    individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.
    Debian GNU/Linux comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent
    permitted by applicable law.
    Last login: Thu Sep 22 12:18:22 2022
    pi@raspberrypi:~ $