In this guide, We will see how to create our own coding server and how to do programming remotely. Let’s begin!
Raspberry Pi OS is a free and open-source Debian Linux-based operating system designed for use with Raspberry Pi boards. Several ARM-based single-board computers also run the Raspberry Pi OS.
Installing Raspberry Pi OS:
Firstly, We will have to install Raspberry Pi OS into an SD Card. Start with downloading Raspberry Pi Image Tool into your system
Select the Raspberry Pi option and the program will write the OS on your SD Card.
Now, unplug the SD card from the system and insert it into the Raspberry Pi OS and start to boot the OS.
Enabling SSH Connection:
To enable the SSH connection, open the Command Prompt and execute the following command:
ssh [email protected] //Here Local is the username, you will have to add your username.
Installing Code Server:
To install Code Server on Raspberry Pi OS, click Here.
By accessing this link, you will find a detailed guide on how to enable and use code-server on your devices.
Running Code Server:
To run the code server, use the following command:
It will start running the code server with a new configuration on the port number provided during installation.
Copy the link which is provided and paste it into the browser, VS Code will open in the browser and you can sync it with all of your devices.
By implementing the steps mentioned in the guide, you will be able to create your own server and code remotely from any of your sync devices whether it be a mobile, laptop, etc.