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Copy the line of code into your Raspberry Pi terminal to activate your remote shell
(Don't worry, you can always take a look around inside before doing this)
Remotely access your Raspberry Pi shell, check device status and view available disk space
Raspberry Pi + Internet
Lots of time
Lots of patience
If your Raspberry Pi is connected to the internet, you can access it via Dataplicity. You can even connect to devices behind firewalls without needing complex network configurations.
Log in to Dataplicity, select the device you want and access your remote shell. It's that simple!
Dataplicity connects using client-initiated HTTPS, so it's safe, encrypted and you don't need to make specific firewall exceptions.