XRDP Remote Tool Installation on Raspberry Pi All Models

In this segment, we are going to show you how to install “XRDP Remote Tool on Raspberry Pi All Models”

What is XRDP?

xrdp is a free and open-source implementation of Microsoft RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) server that enables operating systems other than Microsoft Windows (such as Linux and BSD-style operating systems) to provide a fully functional RDP-compatible remote desktop experience. It works by bridging graphics from the X Window System to the client and relaying controls from the client back to X.

According to the developers, the protocol works with rdesktop, FreeRDP, and as well as Microsoft’s own Remote Desktop Client.

Source /> Wikipedia

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> Software Required

> Optional :

Raspberry Pi Case     Raspberry Pi Case
Raspberry Pi Keyboard     Official Raspberry Pi Keyboard
Raspberry Pi Mouse     Official Raspberry Pi Mouse

You can Buy Official Raspberry Pi 4 Kit from hereRaspberry Pi 4 Kit

 

Raspbian OS Installation

  • Download Raspbian OS from Official Website: raspberrypi.org
  • Then write the image to the SD Card using: Etcher
  • Now, Boot the Raspberry Pi with this SD Card, Follow the On-Screen Instructions and then open Terminal.

Install XRDP Remote Tool

sudo apt-get install xrdp 
sudo reboot

From Windows Computer Type in RUN

mstsc
  • This will open Remote Desktop Connection and ask to enter the Raspberry Pi IP Address.

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Get RaspberryPi IP Address from Raspberry Pi

sudo ifconfig

RaspberryPi Default User ID / Password

User ID : pi 
Password : raspberry

In Conclusion, You are ready to use XRDP on your Raspberry Pi.
If you come across any issues or have some feedback related to this tutorial, Please share your thoughts.
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